|ECR 2019 / C-2697|
|Dynamic PET Perfusion Imaging (DPPI) to Characterize Thoracic Tumors: A Phase I Assessment of Ultra-fast Digital PET as an Imaging Biomarker|
Dynamic PET Perfusion Imaging (DPPI) was achievable using frame rates of 10 sec with acceptable quality for quantitative and visual assessment even at the low FDG dose of 185 MBq.
A short table time of 5 min appears to be sufficient for DPPI acquisition and thus appears to be a clinically viable perfusion imaging methodology that can now be validated in larger trials.
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