sequential imaging

sequential imaging

a diagnostic procedure used to study physiological processes by means of a series of closely timed images of the rapidly changing distribution of a radioactive tracer within the body.
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Multimodality imaging: Currently, technical hurdles have precluded the development of integrated PET/MRI systems that allow for simultaneous multimodality imaging; therefore, sequential imaging is done on separate systems, which has driven sales of stand-alone units.
Cases of recurrent Kikuchi disease have been reported, (8-10) but to the best of our knowledge, the features of sequential imaging in recurrent disease have not appeared in the literature.
7) Accordingly, sequential imaging features may be important for the diagnosis of this illness.
The Ingenuity TF PET/MR delivers increased economic value, as it is a sequential imaging system that has a similar clinical workflow experience to PET/CT, the current benchmark for hybrid imaging.
The Aplio XG's 3D multi-slice view delivers sequential imaging with a presentation format similar to CT and MR.
For this reason, previous MR-PET fusion imaging solutions relied not on simultaneous imaging but rather sequential imaging (or post-scan registration) of MR and PET data, resulting in a significant time lag.
The ability to perform multiple sequential imaging studies with radiolabeled annexin after tumor chemotherapy was confirmed in a new study by Drs.
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