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|Title: ||Optimized acquisition time and image sampling for dynamic SPECT of Tl-201|
|Authors: ||Lau, Chi-hoi|
Feng, D. David
Lun, Pak-kong Daniel
Bautovich, George J.
|Subjects: ||Compartmental modeling|
Optimum image sampling schedule
Tl-201 tracer kinetics
|Issue Date: ||Jun-1998 |
|Citation: ||IEEE transactions on medical imaging, June 1998, v. 17, no. 3, p. 334-343.|
|Abstract: ||With the recent development in scatter and attenuation correction algorithms, dynamic single photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) can potentially yield physiological parameters, with tracers exhibiting suitable kinetics such as thallium-201 (Tl-201). A systematic way is proposed to investigate the minimum data acquisition times and sampling requirements for estimating physiological parameters with quantitative dynamic SPECT.|
Two different sampling schemes were investigated with Monte Carlo simulations: 1) Continuous data collection for total study
duration ranging from 30–240 min. 2) Continuous data collection for first 10–45 min followed by a delayed study at approximately 3 h. Tissue time activity curves with realistic noise were generated
from a mean plasma time activity curve and rate constants (K₁- k₄) derived from Tl-201 kinetic studies in 16 dogs. Full dynamic sampling schedules (DynSS) were compared to optimum sampling schedules (OSS).
We found that OSS can reliably estimate the blood flow related K₁ and V[sub d] comparable to DynSS. A 30-min continuous collection was sufficient if only K₁ was of interest. A split session schedule of a 30-min dynamic followed by a static study at 3 h allowed reliable estimation of both K₁ and V[sub d] avoiding the need for a prolonged (>60-min) continuous dynamic acquisition. The methodology developed should also be applicable to optimizing sampling schedules for other SPECT tracers.
|Description: ||DOI: 10.1109/42.712123|
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