clinical applicability of F18-FDG detection with a dual-head coincidence camera

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Cancer -- Diagnosis., Imaging systems in medicine., Radiography, Med
Other titlesKlinische toepasbaarheid van F18-FDG detectie met een dubbelkops coïncidentiecamera
StatementMarcel P.M. Stokkel ; with a Dutch summary.
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LC ClassificationsRC270 .S86 1999
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Pagination216 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18889134M
ISBN 109035222431

The addition of a coincidence detection mode to a standard dual-head detector system has resulted in the option of single-photon and annihilation coincidence detection.

This new device for imaging fluorine 2-fluorodeoxy-D-glucose (18F-FDG) accumulation in neoplasms became commercially available in Cited by: 1. Author(s): Stokkel,Marcel P M, Title(s): The clinical applicability of FFDG detection with a dual-head coincidence camera = De klinische toepasbaarheid van FFDG detectie met een dubbelkops coïncidentiecamera/ Marcel P.M.

Stokkel. To assess the role of FFDG imaging with a dual-head coincidence mode gamma camera (Co-PET) in identifying malignant tumors in patients with. Coincidence PET using F FDG detected the occult tumor.

A paraaortic extraadrenal abdominal PHEO was resected, resulting in resolution of her hypertension. A paraaortic extraadrenal abdominal PHEO was resected, resulting in resolution of her hypertension. In principle, a DHCI camera is a dual head scanner plus coincidence electronics circuit.

In practice, manufacturing such a system is more complicated than a simple add-on of the coincidence electronics because the camera must be able to operate in two modes: single photon imaging for planar plus SPECT and coincidence by: 4.

Methods and patients: After fasting for 6h or more, MBq of 18F-FDG were injected i.v. and 2D imaging (whole-body scan and at least a tomoscintigram) was started 45 min. later, using a PICKER CDET gamma by: 4. Stevens H, Bakker PF, Schlosser NJ, van Rijk PP, de Klerk JM () Use of a dual-head coincidence camera and 18F-FDG for detection and nodal staging of non-small cell lung cancer: accuracy as determined by 2 independent observers.

J Nucl Med –Cited by:   As a consequence, low-cost units are being offered by the manufacturers through the utilisation of gamma camera-based SPET systems for PET coincidence imaging. Unfortunately, clinical studies in lymphoma and other cancers have already demonstrated the limitations of this technology, with 20% of lesions escaping by:   Abstract.

Objectives:Clinical tumor imaging with 18 F-FDG in PET is growing in demand. This article will provide a review of current patient preparation and imaging techniques.

The goal is to make the PET study as noninvasive as. within a single detector ring and between adjacent detector rings (through the positioning of septa between the rings), while in 3-D mode all coincidence detections in the field of view are acquired (i.e.

including oblique planes). New PET/CT scanners, particularly those with LSO or GSO crystals, only acquire images in 3-D mode. The sensitivity. Dual-head coincidence gamma camera (DHC) imaging has been proposed as a means of acquiring FDG images (5). Although DHC has been used in nuclear oncology (6, 7), little has been reported about its application in neurologic brain FDG stud-ies (8).

The purpose of this study was to compare the clinical use of DHC with that of dedicated ring-Cited by: 2. HCPCS S Fluorine fluorodeoxyglucose (f fdg) imaging using dual-head coincidence detection system (non-dedicated pet scan) This is the version of.

rapy. A year-old man with known metastatic clear cell RCC was imaged with both 18F-FDG and 18F-DCFPyL PET/CT. 18F-DCFPyL is a small molecule inhibitor of the prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA), a target known to be highly expressed on solid tumor neovasculature.

Relative to 18F-FDG, 18F-DCFPyL identified more lesions and demonstrated higher tumor. Abstract. Objective: Coincidence imaging enhances the potential for imaging a greater number of patients with 18 F-FDG in centers that do not have dedicated PET systems. The purpose of this study was to compare, in a clinical setting, coincidence imaging for tumor detection using 2 dual-head γ-camera systems, one equipped with a 5/8-in.

(16 mm) detector. Radioactive Isotopes in Clinical Medicine and Research XXIII presents an update in the latest clinical research in nuclear medicine. It provides in-depth information on all areas of nuclear medicine. The chapters of this volume have been grouped into the following sections: Neurology /.

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Dual-head coincidence gamma camera (DHC) imaging has been proposed as an alternative to dedicated ring-detector positron emission tomography (dr-PET) for clinical fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) studies.

The purpose of this investigation was to assess the quality of DHC images in FDG studies of the human by: 2. To minimize the influence of external stimulation on the brain uptake of FDG, prior to the injection of FDG and for 30 minutes thereafter, the patient should be kept lying or sitting still in a quiet, darkened room {02} {10} {11} {92}.

Imaging is usually performed 30 to 60 minutes after administration of FDG {03} {50}. Society of Nuclear Medicine procedure Guidelines for general imaging. Pre-injection a. Environment – Should be stable for at least 30 minutes prior to FDG injection and in the subsequent uptake phase (at least 30 minutes).

(1) The patient should be placed in a quiet, dimly-lit room. (2) Background noise is acceptable with eyes Size: 68KB. Contact Information.

South Hospital, Durham, NC Box Med Ctr, Durham, NC [email protected] () This review focuses on the diagnostic value of hybrid FFDG Positron Emission Tomography/Computerized tomography (PET/CT) in fever of unknown origin (FUO) and inflammation of unknown origin (IUO).

Due to the wide range of possible causes both FUO and IUO remain a clinical challenge for both patients and physicians. In addition, the aetiology of Cited by: Standardized visual reading of FFDG-PET in patients with non-small cell lung cancer scheduled for preoperative thoracic lymph node staging European Journal of Radiology, Vol.

85, No. 8 Dual time point imaging for FFDG-PET/CT does not improve the accuracy of nodal staging in non-small cell lung cancer patientsCited by:   Camera Linearity and Sensitivity. The camera performance characteristics were evaluated using 18 F-FDG placed in a well polycarbonate plate with a black, opaque bottom (Corning Life Sciences).

The concentrated activity was dissolved in a 25% (by weight) solution of NaCl in water to approximate a refractive index ofto give μCi (or approximately. This meta-analysis aims to compare the diagnostic performance of lF-α-methyl tyrosine (18F-FAMT) positron emission tomography (PET) and 2-deoxy[18F]fluoro-d-glucose (18F-FDG) PET for malignancy detection.

The workflow of this study follows Cochrane Collaboration Guidelines of a systematic review of diagnostic test accuracy studies. An electronic search was performed for clinical Cited by: 2.

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Fludeoxyglucose F 18 Injection (fdg) is a positron emitting radiopharmaceutical used for diagnostic purposes in conjunction with Positron Emission Tomography (PET). Fludeoxyglucose F 18 Injection is used to assist assessment of cancer, coronary artery disease, or epileptic effects from Fludeoxyglucose F 18 Injection are uncommon.

Positron-emission tomography (PET) is a nuclear medicine functional imaging technique that is used to observe metabolic processes in the body as an aid to the diagnosis of disease. The system detects pairs of gamma rays emitted indirectly by a positron -emitting radioligand, most commonly fluorine, ICDCM: Differentiation of residual or recurrent tumors from post-treatment changes with F FDG PET.

E E Kim, S K Chung, clinical, and laboratory 9-month follow-up studies in 50 patients. Usefulness of dual-head coincidence gamma camera with thick nal crystals for nuclear oncology: Comparison with dedicated PET camera and conventional gamma Cited by: Lesion detectability and clinical effectiveness of dual- head coincidence gamma camera imaging in comparison with dedicated PET systems in tumour patients.

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Table Design specifications of septa-retractable and fully 3D only multi-ring PET tomographs used in our research. A (b)(2) application may be eligible for 3-year exclusivity if it relies in part on published literature or on FDA's findings on the safety or effectiveness of a PET drug, but also contains reports of new clinical studies conducted by the sponsor that are essential to the approval of, for example, a new use for the drug.

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announced the peer-reviewed publication of results from a Phase 3 clinical trial of Axumin (fluciclovine F 18) injection. Axumin is a novel molecular imaging agent indicated for use in positron emission tomography (PET) imaging in men with suspected prostate cancer recurrence based on elevated blood levels of prostate-specific .Assessment of Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma with FFDG Dual-Head Gamma Camera Coincidence Imaging: Comparison with Histopathology.

J Nucl Med ; Gerbaudo VH, Britz-Cunningham SH, Sugarbaker DJ, Treves ST: Metabolic Significance of the Pattern, Intensity and Kinetics of FFDG uptake in Malignant Pleural.