Quantification of Brain Function Using Pet

ISBN-10: 0123897602

ISBN-13: 9780123897602

Edition: 1996

Authors: Ralph Myers, Vincent Cunningham, Dale Bailey

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Functional imaging of the brain is one of the most rapidly advancing areas of neuroscience and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) plays a major role in this progress. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the current status of PET and state-of-the-art neuroimaging. It is comprised of summaries of the presentations by experts in the field. Topics covered include radiotracer selection, advances in instrumentation, image reconstruction and data analysis, and statistical mapping of brain activity. This book focuses on the accuracy of the functional image and the strategies for addressing clinical, scientific, and diagnostic questions. Covers the PET imaging process from tracer selection to analysis and interpretation Contains 79 concise reports with abundant illustrations The definitive state-of-the-art book for functional neuroscience with PET
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List price: $99.00
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 7/9/1996
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 443
Size: 9.00" wide x 11.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 3.190
Language: English

Tracer Selection: M.R. Kilbourn, In Vivo-In Vitro Correlations: An Example from Vesicular Monoamine Transporters. W.D. Brown, O.T. DeJesus, S.E. Shelton, H. Uno, D. Houser, R.J. Nickles, S.J. Swerdloff, A. Roberts, E. Baker, and J.E. Holden, The Noncatechol Tracer 6-flouro-m-tyrosine: Extrastriatal Distribution of Dopaminergic Function. R. Myers, S.P. Hume, S. Ashworth, A.A. Lammertsma, P.M. Bloomfield, S. Rajeswaran, and T. Jones, Quantification of Dopamine Receptors and Transporter in Rat Striatum Using a Small Animal PET Scanner. W.-D. Heiss, K. Wienhard, R. Graf, J. Lottgen, U. Pietrzyk, and R. Wagner, Applicability of Experimental PET in Animal Models for the Interpretation of Incidental Findings in Human Stroke. A. Malizia, G. Forse, R.N. Gunn, A. Haida, L. Schnorr, S. Rajeswaran, K. Poole, D. Nutt, and T. Jones, The MOC Counter--A Pharmacological Tool for the in Vivo Measurement of Ligand Occupancy Indices in the Human Brain. A. Biegon, C. Mathis, and W. Jagust, Autoradiography As a Tool for PET/SPECT Tracer Selection and Assessment. S. Osman, J.A. McCarron, S.P. Hume, S. Ashworth, V.W. Pike, S.K. Luthra, A.A. Lammertsma, C. Bench, P. Grasby, I.A. Cliffe, and A.Fletcher, Radioactive Metabolites of the 5-HT 1A Receptor Radioligand, [O-methyl - 11 C]WAY-100635, in Humans. D.F. Smith, R. Glaser, A. Gee, and A. Gjedde, 11 C-Nefopam as a Potential PET Tracer of Serotonin Reuptake Sites: Initial Findings in Living Pig Brain. A.D. Gee, N. Gillings, D. Smith, O. Inoue, K. Kobayashi, and A. Gjedde, The Effect of Amine pKa on the Transport and Binding of Amphetamine Analogues in Pig Brain: An in Vivo Comparison of B, B-Difluoro[N-methyl 11 C ]methamphetamine Using PET. M.R. Kilbourn, Tacer Selection Summary. Data Acquisition: S.R. Meikle, S. Eberl, B.F. Hutton, P.K. Hooper, and M.J. Fulham, Application of Simultaneous Emission and Transmission Scanningto Quantitative Cerebral PET. H. Iida, S. Miura, I. Kanno, T. Ogawa, and K. Uemura, A New PET Camera for Noninvasive Quantitation of Physiological Functional Parametric Images: HEADTOME-V-DUAL. S. Ashworth, A. Ranicar, P.M. Bloomfield, T. Jones,and A.A. Lammertsma, Development of an On-Line Blood Detector System for PET Studies in Small Animals. M. Itoh, H. Watabe, M. Miyake, S. Hagisawa, T. Fujiwara, R. Iwata, T. Ido, and T. Nakamura, Noninvasive Determination of Arterial Input of 15 O Tracers Using a Dual Cutaneous B-Detector Set above the Radial Artery. M. Vafaee, K. Murase, A. Gjedde, and E. Meyer, Dispersion Correction for Automatic Sampling of O-15 Labeled H 2 O and Red Blood Cells. D.W. Townsend, J.C. Price, B.J. Lopresti, M.A. Mintun, P.E. Kinahan, F. Jadali, S. Sashin, N.R. Simpson, and C. A. Mathis, Scatter Correction for Brain Receptor Quantitation in 3D PET. J.S. Rakshi, D.L. Bailey, P.K. Morrish, and D.J. Brooks, Implementation of 3D Acquisition,Reconstruction and Analysis of Dynamic 18 F Fluorodopa Studies. R. Trebossen, B. Bendriem, A. Fontaine, V. Frouin, and P. Remy, Quantitation of the [ 18 F]Fluorodopa Uptake in the Human Striata in 3D PET with the ETM Scatter Correction. S. Holm, I. Law, and O.B. Paulson, 3D PET Activation Studies with H 2 15 O Bolus Injection: Count Rate Performance and Dose Optimization. N. Sadato, R.E. Carson, M.E. Daube-Witherspoon, G. Campbell, M. Hallett, and P. Herscovitch, Optimization of Noninvasive Activation Studies with O-15-Water and 3D PET. L. Eriksson, Data Acquisition Summary. Data Processing: J.T. Yap, C.-M. Kao, M. Cooper, C.-T. Chen, and M. Wernick, Sinogram Recovery of Dynamic PET Using Principal Component Analysis and Projections onto Convex Sets. B.A. Ardekani, M. Braun, B.F. Hutton, and I. Kanno, Minimum Cross Entropy Reconstruction of PET Images Using Prior Anatomical Information Obtained fro
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