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AcronymDefinition
SPECTSingle Photon Emission Computed Tomography
SPECTSingle-Photon Emission Computerized Tomography (medical imaging)
SPECTSestamibi-Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography (cardiology)
SPECTSingle Photon Emission Cardiac Tomography (nuclear cardiology)
SPECTSingle-Proton Ejected Computerized Tomography (pediatrics)
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The growing acceptance of Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) accustomed by its technical advances is one of the major trends witnessed in the global SPECT market over the forecast period.
Now the firm has secured a 20-year lease on new purpose-built premises for its US operations in Pittsburgh, which will help it to become a world-leading manufacturer of SPECT cameras.
BT kullanilarak yapilan AD ile ilgili iki problem BT ve SPECT kesitlerinin fuzyonunun dogru yapilamamasi (misregistration) ve ek radyasyon maruziyetidir.
When PET and/or SPECT readers at the core laboratory identified suspicious lesions beyond the primary (biopsied) lesion, they scored lesion detectability, identified the anatomical location and lesion size, and recorded their confidence that the lesion(s) was (were)malignant.
Clinical Aspects: State of the art single-photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) imaging provides combined information about myocardial perfusion and function, from the same image data.
'Using functional neuroimaging tools, such as SPECT, are essential to developing precision medicine brain treatments in the future.'
The study was acquired on dual head gamma cameras, Symbia-E SPECT and Symbia T-6 SPECT/CT SPECT equipped with high resolution general purpose parallel-hole collimator at 30-45 min post injection.
This new entity delivers diagnostic and therapeutic solutions to over 14m people from a global network of 21 manufacturing centers comprised of one Molybdenum facility, three large SPECT facilities, and close to 40 PET and SPECT radiopharmacies.
Both planar imaging (with parallel hole or pinhole collimators) and three-dimensional (3D) imaging (SPECT and SPECT/CT) are widely used.
Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) combined with X-ray computed tomography (CT) is a sophisticated adjuvant tool that has shown to be useful for better localization of lesions seen on planar views [5].