coregistration

coregistration

(kō-rĕj″ĭ-strā′shŭn)
The correlation of anatomical and metabolic data from different imaging techniques (e.g., from a CT scan and a PET scan of the same organ) in order to obtain enhanced images of diseased tissues.
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Others may offer more unique tools such as autopanning, magnifier windows, the ability to rotate or overlay images, displaying multiple images (Figure 7) with coregistration, presenting a digital slide tray with thumbnails of all slides, jumping over white space between scanned tissue pieces, and tracker tools showing tissue that has been reviewed.
Both echoes are acquired within the same breath-hold, allowing reliable coregistration of the corresponding IP and OOP images.
Accuracy of image coregistration of pulmonary lesions in patients with non-small cell lung cancer using an integrated PET/CT system.
In [37], some additional criteria are given, for example possibility of coregistration with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
In the second phase of tests, the feasibility of the coregistration of EEG and EMG signals taken from the neurodevice.
Finally, each filtered functional volume was spatially normalized to the MNI space using the parameters estimated during the linear coregistration and resampled into a 3-mm cubic voxel.
A 3D T1-weighted structural image was acquired for coregistration with the following parameters: TR = 7.
They address basic aspects like radiation sources, scanning principles and instrumentation, attenuation correction, image reconstruction, image coregistration and coregistered image rendering, quantifying PET and SPECT, standardizing for quantitative imaging, minimizing the radiation dose, and compartment modeling; radiopharmaceuticals; clinical hybrid imaging for brain conditions, heart disease, tumors, and radiation oncology; imaging of nonneoplastic disease; and pediatric patients.
CT imaging was performed first and immediately followed by PET imaging with the subject's body position secured to maintain coregistration.
As we have noted, our biopsies to date have largely been via cognitive coregistration and thus can be theoretically prone to misses, particularly as we identify smaller lesions.
A dual screen station or a server for viewing fusion and image processing, including coregistration, to the doctor, with associated software; this station will also include software for monitoring of patients with previously drawn ROIs storing and resetting of the last acquisition, simultaneous display with melt (PET / CT / MRI) of at least 3 tests;