Visualization of brain-stem perfusion using a high spatial-resolution SPECT systemVisualization of brain-stem perfusion using a high spatial-resolution SPECT system
Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences . Biomedical Sciences
Neurochemistry and behaviour
1992Philadelphia, Pa, 1992
Clinical nuclear medicine. - Philadelphia, Pa
17(1992):5, p. 378-379
University of Antwerp
The authors explored the high spatial resolution of a three-head rotating SPECT system, equipped with lead super-fine fanbeam collimator. The brainstem was high-lighted in a three-dimensional reconstruction, showing perfusion small structures such as mesencephalon, pons, and medulla oblongata. The visualization of brainstem perfusion sets new landmarks in functional neuroimaging and, moreover, was obtained with a commercially available three-head SPECT system.