This comprehensive colour atlas provides a state-of-the-art view of Single Photon Emission Computerised Tomography (SPECT) in relation to its application in the fields of nuclear medicine and psychiatry. The broad range of topics covered by experts in the fields of nuclear medicine, neurology and psychiatry from all over the world, reflects the most recent evolution in functional neuroimaging with clinical neuropsychiatric sciences. The book is organised with respect to clinical indication, which implies that whenever possible methodological problems related to clinical indication are categorised under the relevant topic. It is designed to stimulate discussion of some issues of paramount importance for the present and future development of this interdisciplinary modality for the study of patients with diseases of the central nervous system. This textbook is an important tool to all nuclear physicians, neurologists and psychiatrists and will serve as a guide towards the optimal application of SPECT in diagnosis, study of pathophysiology and therapeutic follow-up in neuropsychiatric illnesses.H.A. Comparison of manual and automated co-registration of SPECT brain images without the use of external fiducial markers. Pmc. 40th Ann. Meeting Soc. Nuc. Med. 1993, 34(5), 193P 18 Andersson, J.L.R. A rapid and accurate method to realign PET scans utilizing image edge ... (Eds. R.W. Thatcher. M. Hallett. T. Zeffiro, E. Royjohn and M. Heurta). Academic Press, USA, 1994, p. 95 20 Thurfjell . L..
|Title||:||A Textbook Of: SPECT in Neurology and Psychiatry|
|Publisher||:||John Libbey Eurotext - 1997-01-01|