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Selected Atlases of Cardiovascular Nuclear Medicine by Denny D. Watson, William H. Smith (auth.), Douglas Van

By Denny D. Watson, William H. Smith (auth.), Douglas Van Nostrand MD, FACP (eds.)

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11 B) is a 16-frame screen of the ECG-gated planar images. 11. continued on following page o TEMP B 1. ) c o I that the subdiaphragmatic shadow is stationary, whereas the inferior wall of the left ventricle moves across the shadow. This technique of viewing gated planar images is powerful in confirming attenuation artifacts such as breast shadows or skin folds that will be stationary as the heart moves beneath the shadow. 11 C is the short-axis SPECT reconstruction using the standardized image.

Gray JE, Lisk KG, Haddick DH, Harshbarger JH, Oosterhof A, Schwenker R, Members of the SMPTE Subcommittee on Recommended Practices for Medical Diagnostic Display Devices. Test pattern for video displays and hard-copy cameras. Radiology. 1985;154:519-527. 13. SMPTE Recommended Practice RP 133: Specifications for medical diagnostic imaging test pattern for television monitors and hardcopy recording cameras. SMPTE, 826 Scarsdale Ave, NY 10583. 14. Watson DD, Smith WH, Lillywhite RC, Beller GA. Quantitative analysis of TI-201 redistribution at 24 hours compared to 2 and 4 hours post injection J Nucl Med.

Supine vs. prone position during acquisition. • (I VERTICAL LONG AXIS '. '1 37 ' The short- and vertical long-axis images obtained in the supine position demonstrate decreased activity in the inferior wall (small arrowheads), which is not present on the corresponding short- and vertical long-axis images obtained in the prone position. However, subtle decreased activity is suggested in the anterior wall (arrow) on the short- and vertical long-axis images obtained in the prone position, which is not observed on the same images obtained in the supine position.

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