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Correction of respiratory and cardiac motion in cardiac PET/MR using MR-based motion modeling

Philip M Robson, MariaGiovanna Trivieri, Nicolas A Karakatsanis, Maria Padilla, Ronan Abgral, Marc R Dweck, Jason C Kovacic, Zahi A Fayad
2018 Physics in Medicine and Biology  
The proposed method takes reconstructions of respiratory and cardiac gated PET data and applies spatial transformations to a single reference frame before averaging to form a single motion-corrected PET  ...  double respiratory and cardiac gated PET images.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by National Institutes of Health grant R01 HL071021.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1361-6560/aaea97 pmid:30426968 pmcid:PMC6425973 fatcat:2gy3x6xe25eo3lybbeo33cnjza

Adaptation of the modified Bouc-Wen model to compensate for hysteresis in respiratory motion for the list-mode binning of cardiac SPECT and PET acquisitions: Testing using MRI

Paul K. R. Dasari, Mohammed Salman Shazeeb, Arda Könik, Clifford Lindsay, Joyeeta M. Mukherjee, Karen L. Johnson, Michael A. King
2014 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
Purpose: Binning list-mode acquisitions as a function of a surrogate signal related to respiration has been employed to reduce the impact of respiratory motion on image quality in cardiac emission tomography  ...  Conclusions: The results suggest that the proposed model has the potential to be a unified framework for modeling hysteresis in respiratory motion in cardiac perfusion studies and beyond.  ...  Accounting for the hysteresis of respiratory motion of the heart in cardiac SPECT and PET using the Bouc-Wen model of hysteresis.  ... 
doi:10.1118/1.4895845 pmid:25370667 pmcid:PMC4242326 fatcat:dgj4y45oefgsffkczouth4ci4a

Strategies for Motion Tracking and Correction in PET

Arman Rahmim, Olivier Rousset, Habib Zaidi
2007 PET Clinics  
Recent developments in three-dimensional (3D) PET systems have enabled the spatial resolution to reach the 2-to 5-mm full-width-at-half-maximum 1556-8598/07/$ -see front matter ª  ...  Imaging of the heart In addition to the potential application of the aforementioned general methods to cardiac and respiratory motion correction, there are two respiratory-dedicated methods for the imaging  ...  modeling of the respiratory motion of the heart Respiratory-gated imaging of the lung -Areas of future research -Summary -References in this case.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cpet.2007.08.002 pmid:27157876 fatcat:j2qhc5pxwnb43ns6s3u5fbqfoq

MRI-Based Nonrigid Motion Correction in Simultaneous PET/MRI

S. Y. Chun, T. G. Reese, J. Ouyang, B. Guerin, C. Catana, X. Zhu, N. M. Alpert, G. El Fakhri
2012 Journal of Nuclear Medicine  
Respiratory and cardiac motion is the most serious limitation to whole-body PET, resulting in spatial resolution close to 1 cm.  ...  Using the measured motion fields to transform both the emission data and the attenuation data, we could use all the coincidence data to reconstruct any phase of the respiratory cycle.  ...  Respiratory and cardiac motion is the most serious limitation to whole-body PET, resulting in spatial resolution close to 1 cm.  ... 
doi:10.2967/jnumed.111.092353 pmid:22743250 pmcid:PMC4077320 fatcat:a4ijxjgeo5g6nbqyucf2r3xuim

Manifold learning for image-based breathing gating in ultrasound and MRI

Christian Wachinger, Mehmet Yigitsoy, Erik-Jan Rijkhorst, Nassir Navab
2012 Medical Image Analysis  
We achieve very high correlations by a comparison to an alternative gating with diaphragm tracking.  ...  Respiratory motion is a challenging factor for image acquisition and image-guided procedures in the abdominal and thoracic region.  ...  For numerous applications, it is necessary to assign each image the corresponding respiratory phase in which it was acquired.  ... 
doi:10.1016/ pmid:22226466 fatcat:hf6asrtz7rafdph2jgpslaqllu

List-mode-based reconstruction for respiratory motion correction in PET using non-rigid body transformations

F Lamare, M J Ledesma Carbayo, T Cresson, G Kontaxakis, A Santos, C Cheze Le Rest, A J Reader, D Visvikis
2007 Physics in Medicine and Biology  
Such frames, however, are of low signal-to-noise ratio as a result of containing reduced statistics.  ...  Respiratory motion in emission tomography leads to reduced image quality.  ...  Different authors have attempted to correct the effects of respiratory motion in cardiac ET imaging through the use of either a rigid body transformation of list mode PET datasets (Livieratos et al 2005  ... 
doi:10.1088/0031-9155/52/17/006 pmid:17762080 fatcat:xlt2xetkzbhgrcdaal5ozrksqa

A Respiratory Motion Estimation Method Based on Inertial Measurement Units for Gated Positron Emission Tomography

Eero Lehtonen, Jarmo Teuho, Juho Koskinen, Mojtaba Jafari Tadi, Riku Klén, Reetta Siekkinen, Joaquin Rives Gambin, Tuija Vasankari, Antti Saraste
2021 Sensors  
As an application of the method we consider the amplitude gating of positron emission tomography (PET) imaging, and compare the method against a clinically used respiration motion estimation technique.  ...  The presented method could be used to simplify the logistics related to respiratory motion estimation in PET imaging studies, and also to enable multi-position motion measurements for advanced organ motion  ...  Applicability to Respiratory-Gated PET Studies Based on the gating statistics and image quality analysis (Tables 5-9 ), MMS respiratorygated PET images achieved comparable gating and image quality statistics  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21123983 fatcat:qpn7o3bykveanorwcwyhlrbzxy

Evaluation of the Respiratory Motion Effect in Small Animal PET Images with GATE Monte Carlo Simulations [chapter]

Susana Branco, Pedro Almeida, Sebastien J
2011 Applications of Monte Carlo Methods in Biology, Medicine and Other Fields of Science  
However, in general, 4D PET images have low counting statistics and high image noise compared to static 3D PET Evaluation of the Respiratory Motion Effect in Small Animal PET Images  ...  The MOBY phantom includes 4D models of the mouse's cardiac and respiratory motions.  ...  Evaluation of the Respiratory Motion Effect in Small Animal PET Images with GATE Monte Carlo Simulations, Applications of Monte Carlo Methods in Biology, Medicine and Other Fields of Science, Prof.  ... 
doi:10.5772/15040 fatcat:7gvj4f77xfbuzg4v7fk5hzjxpy

Respiratory Motion and Correction Simulation Platform for Coronary MR Angiography

Florencio Rusty PUNZALAN, Tetsuo SATO, Tomohisa OKADA, Shigehide KUHARA, Kaori TOGASHI, Kotaro MINATO
2013 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
The simulator incorporates acquisition of motion parameters from heart motion tracking and applies it to a deformable heart model.  ...  To simulate respiratory motion, a highresolution 3-D coronary heart reference image is deformed using the estimated linear transformation from a series of volunteer coronal scout scans.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Kei Wai Cecilia Hung and Raula Kula for the proofreading and support, the people of Toshiba MR Systems Division for their assistance and MPR software, and  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.e96.d.111 fatcat:dnqkgjndbvhsvnwbgxjn67rmem

4-D Reconstruction With Respiratory Correction for Gated Myocardial Perfusion SPECT

Wenyuan Qi, Yongyi Yang, Chao Song, Miles N. Wernick, P. Hendrik Pretorius, Michael A. King
2017 IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging  
In this work, we investigate a 4D reconstruction approach to suppress the effect of respiratory motion in gated cardiac SPECT imaging.  ...  In this approach, the sequence of cardiac gated images is reconstructed with respect to a reference respiratory amplitude bin in the respiratory cycle.  ...  The contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmi.2017.2690819 pmid:28391190 pmcid:PMC5595423 fatcat:zjyvptlnszbrtng265qtnyughe

Recent advances in cardiac SPECT instrumentation and imaging methods

Jing Wu, Chi Liu
2019 Physics in Medicine and Biology  
Cardiac SPECT continues to play a critical role in detecting and managing cardiovascular disease, in particularly coronary artery disease (CAD) (Jaarsma et al 2012 J. Am. Coll.  ...  In this article, we review the recent advances in cardiac SPECT instrumentation and imaging methods.  ...  Acknowledgment This work is supported by an internal funding from the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at Yale University, and NIH grant R01HL123949.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1361-6560/ab04de pmid:30726779 fatcat:dlanwzmuvfh47cix3s6opaxreq

A review of cardiac image registration methods

T. Makela, P. Clarysse, O. Sipila, N. Pauna, Quoc Cuong Pham, T. Katila, I.E. Magnin
2002 IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging  
In this paper, the current status of cardiac image registration methods is reviewed.  ...  Registration of cardiac images is a more complex problem than brain image registration because the heart is a nonrigid moving organ inside a moving body.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors are grateful to the anonymous reviewers for their suggestions to improve this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmi.2002.804441 pmid:12564869 fatcat:z6dx2vukqjbiplv6k5v4uz3xdq

Estimation of perfusion and arterial transit time in myocardium using free-breathing myocardial arterial spin labeling with navigator-echo

Danny J. J. Wang, Xiaoming Bi, Brian B. Avants, Tongbai Meng, Sven Zuehlsdorff, John A. Detre
2010 Magnetic Resonance in Medicine  
While different cardiac phases can be synchronized using ECG triggering, breath holding is generally required to minimize effects of respiratory motion during ASL scanning, which may be challenging in  ...  Arterial spin labeling (ASL) provides noninvasive measurement of tissue blood flow, but sensitivity to motion has limited its application to imaging of myocardial blood flow (MBF).  ...  Detre is one of the inventors of ASL, and has received royalties of the patent.  ... 
doi:10.1002/mrm.22630 pmid:20865753 pmcid:PMC2965813 fatcat:akf7ufxklvgafkjot2nkvqarzy

Pulmonary imaging using respiratory motion compensated simultaneous PET/MR

Joyita Dutta, Chuan Huang, Quanzheng Li, Georges El Fakhri
2015 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
The authors' results show that the MC image yields 19%-190% increase in the CNR of high-intensity features of interest affected by respiratory motion relative to UG and a 6%-51% increase relative to OG  ...  In this paper, the authors present a complete data acquisition and processing framework for respiratory motion compensated image reconstruction (MCIR) using simultaneous whole body PET/magnetic resonance  ...  The authors would like to thank clinicians at SDN, Naples, Italy for assistance with data acquisition.  ... 
doi:10.1118/1.4921616 pmid:26133621 pmcid:PMC4474958 fatcat:jvmomqnagvbnvi2ca4q5daqeqy

Lesion quantification and detection in myocardial 18F-FDG PET using edge-preserving priors and anatomical information from CT and MRI: a simulation study

Anna Turco, Johan Nuyts, Olivier Gheysens, Jürgen Duchenne, Jens-Uwe Voigt, Piet Claus, Kathleen Vunckx
2016 EJNMMI Physics  
quantification of a lesion in the reconstructed images.  ...  In cardiac imaging, clinically relevant questions, e.g. to accurately define the extent or the residual metabolic activity of scarred myocardial tissue, could benefit from partial volume correction (PVC  ...  The scan time of 36 s corresponds to a single gate taken from a doubly gated 30 min PET scan, using five respiratory and ten cardiac gates.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40658-016-0145-4 pmid:27316644 pmcid:PMC4912507 fatcat:y3gxnevis5hubfe6azkaxxss5y
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