CT perfusion in ischemic stroke has become established in most centers with stroke services as an important adjunct, along with CT angiography (CTA), to conventional unenhanced CT brain imaging. It enables differentiation of salvageable ischemic brain tissue (the penumbra) from the irrevocably damaged infarcted brain (the infarct core). This is useful when assessing a patient for treatment (thrombolysis or clot retrieval) CT perfusion images can be rapidly obtained on all modern CT scanners and easily incorporated into an acute stroke imaging protocol. Here we discuss the technique of CT perfusion imaging, how to interpret the data and how it can contribute to the diagnosis of acute stroke and selection of patients for treatment
Die CT-Agiographie und Perfusions-CT-Bildgebung (PCT) ist eine schnell verfügbare und Zusatzuntersuchung, die über den Ausschluss einer Blutung hinaus den Positivnachweis einer Ischämie erbringen kann Performance of CT Perfusion •Monitor first pass of contrast bolus through cerebral circulation -Usually performed at 2 separate slabs to maximize coverage with first slab parallel to and just above the orbital roof, and the second more superiorly to avoid any overlap in slabs -Power injection at between 4-7 mL/se . This meth - od has the advantage of speed and simplicity; however, qualitative methods are highly de-pendent on user interpretation. Some centers advocate calculating quantitative perfusion Bei der CT-Perfusion handelt es sich um eine funktionelle radiologische Untersuchungsmethode, die zur quantitativen Bestimmung von Hirndurchblutung verwendet wird. Während der intravaskulären Injektion eines jodhaltigen Kontrastmittels werden mehrere Bilder des Gehirns in sehr kurze Zeit generiert. Aus den so gewonnenen Daten können verschiedene Perfusionsparameter berechnet werden, wie z.B. zerebraler Blutflus
CT perfusion (CTP) expands the role of image interpretation, has yet to be reached. CT-only imaging protocols for complete acute stroke evaluation typically have 3 components: unenhanced CT, an arch-to-vertex CTA, and dynamic first-pass cine CTP. The major role of unenhanced CT in IV thrombolysis triage, as noted previously, is to exclude hemorrhage before treatment. A large, greater. CT image interpretation form PATIENT ID: DATE OF READING: DATE OF SCAN: SCAN QUALITY: Good Moderate Poor Comment: READER ID: TYPE OF SCAN: (tick all that apply) CT Plain: CTP: CTA: TYPE OF PERFUSION AVAILABLE: MTT: CBV: TMAX: CBF: TTP: Other: Please tick Yes or No. Please do not leave blanks. Thank you. 1 The purpose of this video is to introduce residents to the concepts of CT perfusion before starting ER call. Illustrations may not reflect the exact physiolo..
Interpretation of SPECT/ CT Myocardial Perfusion Images: Common Arti-facts and Quality Control Techniques1 Abbreviation: ECG = electrocardiography RadioGraphics 2011; 31:2041-2057 • Published online 10.1148/rg.317115090 • Content Codes: 1From the Division of Nuclear Medicine, Department of Radiology, University of Michigan Health System, 1500 E Medical Center Dr, B1 G505 UH, Ann Arbor. Interpretation of Perfusion CT and MRI. Background . Occlusion of a cerebral blood vessel causes a variable decrease of blood flow in the downstream parenchyma proportionate to the degree of collateral circulation. In brain regions with poor collaterals, lack of oxygen and glucose, may result in electrical failure and ultimately failure of the cell's energy metabolism leading to tissue. Automated CT perfusion (CTP) has become an essential decision-making tool for thrombectomy vs medical care in acute ischemic stroke, because it can identify those outside the 4.5-hour window for use of intravenous tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) who have salvagable brain tissue and should have thrombectomy. 1 Rate of tissue death varies with collateral circulation of affected brain tissue
Processing and interpretation times of CT angiogram and CT perfusion in stroke. Srinivasan A(1), Goyal M, Lum C, Nguyen T, Miller W. Author information: (1)Department of Diagnostic Imaging, The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, Canada. OBJECTIVE: To determine the mean time for acquiring computed tomogram perfusion (CTP) and CT angiogram (CTA) images in acute stroke. To determine and compare processing. Although this article focuses on CT perfusion, this usually forms part of a multimodal CT assessment that also includes a non-contrast CT and CT angiog-raphy. Each of these scans gives valuable information. Adding CT perfusion requires only a little extra time on modern CT scanners. In our unit it takes a total of 4 min to acquire the data and process it using the automated MIStar software.
Perfusion CT Scan ~5 minute Recovery period Contrast bolus 60-80 cc @ 4 cc/sec Resting CTA ~10 minute Delay Delayed CT MGH Scan Protocol Multiple variations possible Retrospectively Gated Prospectively Gated Prospectively Gated. Technology Assessment Institute: Summit on CT Dose Stress Rest Delayed Coregistered short-axis image sets . Technology Assessment Institute: Summit on CT Dose Gating. CT perfusion is increasingly utilised in hyperacute stroke to facilitate diagnosis and patient selection for reperfusion therapies. This review article demonstrates eight examples of how CT perfusion can be used to diagnose stroke mimics and small volume infarcts, which can be easily missed on non‐contrast CT, and to suggest the presence of an ischaemic penumbra Review Article Role of CT Perfusion in Monitoring and Prediction of Response to Therapy of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma LorenzoPreda, 1 SoniaFrancescaCalloni, 1,2 MarcoElvioManlioMoscatelli, 1,2 MariaCossuRocca, 3 andMassimoBellomi 1,2 Division of Radiology, European Institute of Oncology, University of Milan, Via Ripamonti , Milan, Ital
Rechtzeitig diagnostiziert, ist der akute Schlaganfall heute in vielen Fällen gut behandelbar. Ein neuartiges Verfahren, die sogenannte Perfusions-CT, verspricht eine verbesserte Diagnostik des. First described in the 1970s, it has been shown that CT scanners can be used to image blood flow in the myocardium. Similar to other perfusion imaging techniques, images are acquired during the first passage of intravenously injected contrast CT perfusion (CTP) is commonly used in acute stroke imaging because of its widespread availability and fast acquisition. CTP software can create brain perfusion maps indicating several parameters such as cerebral blood volume (CBV), cerebral blood flow (CBF), mean transit time (MTT), and time to maximum peak (T max). Based on these parameters, summary maps are created which allow visualization. CT Perfusion (CTP) With CT and MR-diffusion we can get a good impression of the area that is infarcted, but we cannot preclude a large ischemic penumbra (tissue at risk). With perfusion studies we monitor the first pass of an iodinated contrast agent bolus through the cerebral vasculature. Perfusion will tell us which area is at risk CT Brain Shuttle Perfusion : Overview • The CT Brain Shuttle Perfusion workflow is for assessing perfusion disturbances within the brain using thin-slice, wide-volume data. • Vitrea® software identifies the artery and vein, then computes five color-coded image maps with quantitative results related to the patient's regional cerebral blood volume (rCBV), mean, transit time (MTT.
Computed tomography (CT) scanning is an extremely common imaging modality in modern medicine.With advancements in technology, it is rapidly replacing many diagnostic radiographic procedures. In this article, we will outline the basic science behind CT scans, describe the principles of interpretation, and highlight their advantages and drawbacks compared to other imaging techniques Of those that underwent CT perfusion imaging more than six hours after last known well but less than 24 hours, 39% would have been eligible for DAWN compared to 66% for DEFUSE 3 (McNemar score of p=0.001). The McNemar score for DAWN vs. EXTEND-IA was p˂ 0.001, with 81% of patients meeting the EXTEND-IA criteria. The results showed that using perfusion mismatch criteria substantially increased.
The basis of CT perfusion imaging is the tracking of a single injected bolus of iodinated contrast material through the cerebral circulation via sequential spiral CT scanning. Using this technique, the following parameters are measured: cerebral blood flow (CBF), cerebral blood volume (CBV), time to peak (TTP), and mean transit time (MTT). CBF is measured in mL of blood per 100 g of. CT perfusion in ischaemic stroke has become established in most centres with stroke services as an important adjunct, along with CT angiography (CTA), to conventional unenhanced CT brain imaging.. It enables differentiation of salvageable ischaemic brain tissue (the penumbra) from the irrevocably damaged infarcted brain (the infarct core).). This is useful when assessing a patient for. 1 segmental perfusion defect. Spiral CT angiography was per-formed on all patients with perfusion defects, irrespective of the size of these defects. Pulmonary angiography was performed on all patients with a nonhigh probability lung scan result and on patients with discordance between V/Q scintigraphy and spiral CT angiography. The study.
Die CT-Perfusion ist eine dynamische Untersuchungstechnik, welche die quantitative Analyse der Durchblutung von Geweben erlaubt. Sie entspricht einer repetitiven Akquisition von multiplen CT-Bildern innerhalb eines Untersuchungsvolumens vor, während und nach der Applikation von intravenösem KM. Während die CT-Perfusion des Gehirns eine in der täglichen Routine etablierte Methode zur. CT perfusion has been developed and significantly validated over the last decade; however, its adoption into clinical practice has been limited by the lack of standardization and other factors. This international expert consensus group was comprised of a diverse group of individuals with significant experience in CT perfusion imaging and were tasked to identify some of the key principles.
bining perfusion CT and CT angiography likely provides comparable information. Doppler and duplex sonography is a reliable method to screen for pathologies of the extracranial arteries.Trans− cranial sonography additionally enables one to assess large intracranial vessels in the majority of patients. For the future, multiparametric brain imaging with modern CTor MRI techniques is ex. Husain SS. Myocardial perfusion imaging protocols: is there an ideal protocol? J Nucl Med Technol 2007;35:3-9. Dvorak RA, Brown RKJ, Corbett JR. Interpretation of SPECT/CT myocardial perfusion images: common artifacts and quality control techniques. RadioGraphics 2011;31:2041-2057
Static retrospectively ECG gated dual-energy myocardial perfusion imaging. 56-year-old man with multiple cardiovascular risk factors and stable angina.(a) Coronary CT angiography curved multiplanar reconstruction of the left anterior descending artery (LAD) with the corresponding perpendicular views showed a critical stenosis (>70% luminal narrowing) at the proximal segment (arrows) sustained. Abstract: The purpose of this study was to analyse the diagnostic value of cerebral CT angiography (CTA) and CT perfusion (CTP) examinations in the detection of acute stroke based on a systematic review of the current literature. The review was conducted based on searching of seven databases for articles published between 1993 and 2013. Diagnostic value in terms of sensitivity, specificity.
CT perfusion scanning may also be helpful in the setting of acute traumatic brain injury [43,44] and in the setting of acute seizures  vii. Assessment of neoplastic disease [24,46-49] viii. In patients with contraindication to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-based perfusion imaging or with devices or material in or close to the field of view that would result in nondiagnostic MRI scans. The study aims to discuss the relationship and difference between myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI) using SPECT and CT coronary angiography (CTCA) for diagnosis of coronary artery disease (CAD). Five hundred and four cases undergoing MPI and CTCA were comparatively analyzed, including fifty six patients undergoing invasive coronary angiography in the same period 51. Ahmadian A, Brogan A, Berman J, Sverdlov AL, Mercier G, Mazzini M, et al. Quantitative interpretation of FDG PET/CT with myocardial perfusion imaging increases diagnostic information in the evaluation of cardiac sarcoidosis. J Nucl Cardiol. 2014;21(5):925-39. [ Links ] 52. Blankstein R, Osborne M, Naya M, Waller A, Kim CK, Murthy VL, et al. CT Perfusion im Diamox-Test: Ein neuer Ansatz zur Analyse eines etablierten Verfahrens H Janssen 1, D Hänggi 2, R Seitz 3, B Methode: Es wurden prospektiv 47 Patienten mit dem Diamox-Test in der CT Perfusion untersucht. In diese Auswertung wurden 29 Patienten mit einseitiger hochgradiger (<70%) symptomatischer Carotisstenose eingeschlossen. 18 hatten eine unauffällige kontralaterale.
For multidetector CT perfusion and conebeam CT perfusion maps, the average scores of confidence in making treatment decisions were 1.4 (κ = 0.79) and 1.3 (κ = 0.90). The area under the visual grading characteristic for the above 4 qualitative quality scores showed an average area under visual grading characteristic of 0.50, with 95% confidence level cover centered at the mean for both. INTRODUCTION Print Section Listen Cardiac positron emission tomographic (PET) myocardial perfusion imaging offers patients and referring health-care providers a superior product with high diagnostic accuracy and risk stratification. As with SPECT, the interpretation of the images is extremely important to the resulting product. Physicians with experience in interpreting single-photon emission. If the CT has at least 16, but rather 64 rows or more, CCTA can be performed so that information about coronary anatomy can be accurately overlaid the images of coronary perfusion. Evaluation of images and documentation. Image interpretation is mainly based on a visual inspection of the reconstructed images of the activity distribution in the. Topographic correlation of infarct area on CT perfusion with functional outcome in acute ischemic stroke Neil Haranhalli MD 1 , Nnenna Mbabuike MD 1 , Sanjeet S. Grewal MD 1 , Tasneem F. Hasan MD, MPH, CPH 1 , Michael G. Heckman MS 2 , William D. Freeman MD 3 , Vivek Gupta MD 4 , Prasanna Vibhute MD 4 , Benjamin L. Brown MD 1 , David A. Miller MD 1 , Babak S. Jahromi MD, PhD 5 , and Rabih G.
CT perfusion can be useful in the work-up of patients with acute stroke. The value of the additional diagnos-tic information gained should, however, be weighed against treatment delays and the added contrast and radiation exposure that are incurred by obtaining a CTP study. AHA stroke guidelines recommend against the routine use of CTP in the early time-window (up to 6h) because most early. CAD system for automatic analysis of CT perfusion maps T. HACHAJ1 and M.R. OGIELA*2 1Institute of Computer Science and Computer Methods, Pedagogical University of Kraków, 2 Podchorążych Ave, 30. CT perfusion findings in this subacute phase are slightly different from hyper-acute ischemic stroke. The interpreting radiologist must be confident in reporting the CT perfusion study in an urgent setting since these studies are under the umbrella of code-stroke and should be read in minutes. In addition, results of the CT perfusion have a critical effect on the patient's. interpretation are the Modiﬁ ed PIOPED criteria or the PISAPED criteria. Normal perfusion scintigraphy rules out pulmonary embolism (>90%), two or more segmental perfusion defects indicate a high probability of PE (>90%). The experienced nuclear medicine physician might be able to provide a more accurate interpretation of the lung scintigraph than is provided by criteria alone, by using a. Interpreting CT perfusion in stroke. Pract Neurol. 2018 Nov 13;: Authors: Wing SC, Markus HS Abstract CT perfusion images can be rapidly obtained on all modern CT scanners and easily incorporated into an acute stroke imaging protocol. Here we discuss the technique of CT perfusion imaging, how to interpret the data and how it can contribute to the diagnosis of acute stroke and..
CAD system for automatic analysis of CT perfusion maps; Efficient greyscale image compression technique based on vector quantization ; Investigations of twist elastic constant K22 of new nematic liquid crystal materials using threshold IPS method; VCSEL structures used to suppress higher-order transverse modes; Erratum to: Laser induced forward transfer of conducting polymers; CAD system for. Given that fused CT and perfusion SPECT can be readily performed, the need for a ventilation study may be questioned as the information from the CT may be adequate on its own to provide information on structural or airways abnormalities (CTPA + Q study). Several studies have assessed whether a CT scan can replace the need for a scintigraphic ventilation scan in patients with suspected PE. In a. Theoretic basis and technical implementations of CT perfusion in acute ischemic stroke, part 1: Theoretic basis. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 2009; 30 (4) 662-668 ; 5 Allmendinger AM, Tang ER, Lui YW, Spektor V. Imaging of stroke: Part 1, Perfusion CT—overview of imaging technique, interpretation pearls, and common pitfalls. AJR Am J Roentgenol 2012. assess dynamic CT News Story - Ct Scans For show the cross- sectional assess dynamic CT myocardial molecular VPN Comparison UCSF Chimera is a Image Interpret and Archive also will showcase its interpretation by expert AuntMinnieEurope.com perfusion High Yield Ct Radiologists, technologists Software helps tests are designed to IHE with ( the cardiology care cycle imaging professionals worldwide
prognostische Bedeutung der CT-Perfusion bei Subarachnoidalblutung: Untersuchung der CT-Perfusion bei Subarachnoidalblutung im Hinblick auf das langfristige `Outcome` The Games of Supervillainy (The Supervillainy Saga Book 2) (English Edition) GEO. Die Welt mit anderen Augen sehen. 01 / Januar 2014. Titelthema: Rituale. Was sie bedeuten. Wofür wir sie brauchen; ect. ct. Metabo 628061000. This review article demonstrates eight examples of how CT perfusion can be used to diagnose stroke mimics and small volume infarcts, which can be easily missed on non-contrast CT, and to suggest the presence of an ischaemic penumbra. Radiologists involved in stroke management must understand the importance of rapid imaging acquisition and be confident in the prospective interpretation of this. CT myocardial perfusion image analysis. CT myocardial perfusion images were analyzed with disclosure of which vessels were interrogated by invasive FFR as well as coronary dominance to ensure correct coronary-myocardial interpretation. Readers were blinded to the results of CTA imaging and invasive coronary angiography and all other medical.
CT perfusion in acute stroke: know the mimics, potential pitfalls, artifacts, and technical errors. Emerg Radiol. 2014;21(1):49-65. Contact: Brendan Corcoran(email@example.com) Conclusion: Knowledge of sources of misclassification errors may aid in the prompt and accurate interpretation of CT Perfusion Die CT-Perfusionsuntersuchung (CTP) hat sich als diagnostisches Instrument zur Detektion zerebraler Zirkulationsstörungen bei Patienten mit Subarachnoidalblutung (SAB) bewährt. Das angestrebte Ziel dieser Dissertation ist die prognostische Relevanz der CT-Perfusionsparameter der Frühphase innerhalb der ersten drei Wochen nach SAB in Bezug auf die langfristige gesundheitliche Erholung der.
The final step in the interpretation process is anatomical-perfusion alignment based on the integration of CCTA and Myocardial CTP findings. This process is essential to define the presence of flow-limiting stenoses, 24 i.e. the presence of epicardial obstructions causing myocardial perfusion defects, whether fixed (fibrosis) or reversible (ischemia). This correlation should be performed. CT INTERPRETATION COURSE Introductory Lecture on Basic Principles ASTRACAT 2012 Part One ©iwt Stroke is a Clinical Diagnosis A clinical syndrome characterised by rapidly developing clinical symptoms and/or signs of focal loss of cerebral function lasting more than 24 hours. ©iwt . DEFINITIONS — Stroke is classified into two major types • Brain Ischaemia - due to thrombosis.
dial perfusion defect . SPECT/CT increases the diagnostic accuracy of SPECT imaging in patients with suspected and known CAD and myocardial perfusion defects at SPECT imaging. Moreover, in patients with normal perfusion at SPECT and suspected three-vessel disease, SPECT/CT can provide useful information on risk stratification . Diagnostic and prognostic value of MPS In clinical practice. CT INTERPRETATION David Zimmerman, M.D. Neuroradiology, BWH . Contents Basic principles of CT CT Neuroanatomy Disease Processes evaluated with CT . Basic Physics of CT . CT Scanning . Hounsfield Unit Measurements Bone ~ +613 HU White Matter ~ +24.7 HU Gray Matter ~ +35.8 HU CSF - Ventricle ~ +3.3 HU Scalp Fat ~ -84.5 HU Air ~ -966.3 HU . Tissue Density Differences Lower density substances. CT Perfusion (CTP) scanning of the brain is an essential part of the currently used diagnostic algorithm in the management of patients presenting with acute stroke. The current stroke imaging workup is initiated with a noncontrast head CT to rule out a possible hemorrhagic cause of the stroke symptoms or an intracranial hematoma which would represent a contraindication for intravenous lysis. Perfusion Index or PI is the ratio of the pulsatile blood flow to the non-pulsatile static blood flow in a patient's peripheral tissue, such as finger tip, toe, or ear lobe. Perfusion index is an indication of the pulse strength at the sensor site. The PI's values range from 0.02% for very weak pulse to 20% for extremely strong pulse. The perfusion index varies depending on patients. As CT perfusion (CTP) is being assimilated in real-world clinical practice, it is essential to understand the basics of perfusion acquisition, quantification, and interpretation. It is equally important to recognize the common technical and clinical diagnostic challenges of automated CTP including ischemic core and penumbral misclassifications that could result in underestimation or.
CT perfusion scanning is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions. CT scanning combines special x-ray equipment with sophisticated computers to produce multiple images or pictures of the inside of the body. These cross- sectional images of the area being studied can then be examined on a computer monitor, printed or transferred to a CD. CT scans of. Background and objective CT perfusion (CTP) is rapid and accessible for emergency ischaemic stroke diagnosis. The feasibility of introducing CTP and diagnostic accuracy versus non-contrast CT (NCCT) in a tertiary hospital were assessed. Methods All patients presenting <9 h from stroke onset or with wake-up stroke were eligible for CTP (Siemens 16-slice scanner, 2×24 mm slabs) unless they had. also an important factor for useful maps.6,11 Interpretation of the initial maps (CBF< 30%, Tmax>6 seconds) is fairly straight-RAPID Automated CT Perfusion in Clinical Practice When executed consistently and interpreted correctly, RAPID automated CT perfu-sion studies can identify appropriate candidates for thrombectomy. By Brady Laughlin, DO; Alex Chan, DO; Waimei Amy Tai, MD; and Parham. CT Brain Perfusion: Indications. Ischemia; Stroke; Contrast. A dose of 50cc non-ionic contrast must be given. This is done through a large-bore IV, usually in the antecubital fossa. Preparation. With Contrast: Only one CT contrast study should be scheduled within a 48 hour period. BUN and creatinine must be done within 72 hours of the scan. Nothing but clear liquid after midnight before the.
Subtraction CT angiography (sCTA) is a technique used to evaluate pulmonary perfusion based on iodine distribution maps. The aim of this study is to assess lung perfusion changes with sCTA seen in patients with COVID-19 pneumonia and correlate them with clinical outcomes. A prospective cohort study was carried out with 45 RT-PCR-confirmed COVID-19 patients that required hospitalization at. CT Perfusion: How We Do It—A Step-by-Step Tutorial on the Performance, Image Processing, and Interpretation of Brain Perfusion Examinations, 2264EP-NR-e, 4410963, Michael Mecca Cerebral perfusion is defined as the steady-state delivery of nutrients and oxygen via blood to brain tissue paren-chyma per unit volume and is typically measured in milliliters per 100 g of Brain Perfusion; How & Why Nader Binesh, Ph.D.1; Marcel M. Maya, M.D.1; Helmuth Schultze-Haakh, Ph.D.2; Franklin G. Moser, M.D.1 1 importance of perfusion in the diagnosis Department of Imaging, Cedars. Escudero D, Otero J, Marques L, et al.: Diagnosing brain death by CT perfusion and multislice CT angiography. Neurocrit Care 2009; 11: 261-71. Neurocrit Care 2009; 11: 261-71. MEDLIN
All perfusion CT data were analyzed with the commercial software (MiStar, Apollo Medical Imaging Technology) SZ, GH, YZ, and JH: acquisition of data, analysis and interpretation of data. XW and GZ: study concept and design, critical revision of manuscript for intellectual content. Funding. The National Natural Science Foundations of China (Grant No. 81371286, No. 81501024, No.81601035, and. We used the archived Prospective Investigation of Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis II (PIOPED II) data and images to test the hypothesis that reading perfusion scans with chest radiographs but without ventilation scans, and categorizing the perfusion scan as pulmonary embolism (PE) present or PE absent, can result in clinically useful sensitivity and specificity in most patients and interpretation of myocardial CT perfusion images. While Level II experience in coronary CTA is not required as a prerequisite for the course, it is highly recommended. Coronary CT angiograms will be reviewed throughout the course, but the course will not focus on training in the evaluation of Coronary CTA. It will be assumed that the student will have the skills required to read coronary. Evaluation of CT Perfusion in the Setting of Cerebral Ischemia: Patterns and Pitfalls Evaluation of CT Perfusion in the Setting of Cerebral Ischemia: Patterns and Pitfalls Lui, Y.W.; Tang, E.R.; Allmendinger, A.M.; Spektor, V. 2010-10-01 00:00:00 SUMMARY: CTP has a growing role in evaluating stroke. It can be performed immediately following NCCT and has advantages of accessibility and speed In this article, authors present novel algorithms developed for the computer-assisted diagnosis (CAD) system for analysis of dynamic brain perfusion, computer tomography (CT) maps, cerebral blood flow (CBF), and cerebral blood volume (CBV). Those methods perform both quantitative analysis [detection and measurement and description with brain anatomy atlas (AA) of potential asymmetries/lesions. Jetzt verfügbar bei ZVAB.com - Versand nach gratis - ISBN: 9783838136868 - Taschenbuch - Südwestdeutscher Verlag Für Hochschulschriften AG Co. KG Jul 2015 - 2015 - Zustand: Neu - Neuware - Die CT-Perfusionsuntersuchung hat sich als diagnostisches Instrument zur Detektion zerebraler Zirkulationsstörungen bei Patienten mit Subarachnoidalblutung (SAB) bewährt