By Gopal B. Saha
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E. a maximum of 5 rings across can be interconnected in coincidence. For an n-ring system, there are n direct planes and n-1 cross planes obtained in 2-D acquisition. Thus, a total of 2n-1 sinograms are generated, each of which produces a transaxial image slice. While the cross planes increase the sensitivity, they degrade the spatial resolution. The overall sensitivity (see Chapter 5) of PET scanners in 2-D acquisition is 2% to 3% at best. To increase the sensitivity of a scanner, the 3dimensional (3-D) acquisition has been introduced in which the septa are retracted or they are not included in the scanner (Figure 3-4B).
PET/CT imaging eliminates the lengthy standard PET transmission scan, thus reducing the total scan time considerably. Because of the fact that the patient remains in the same position on the bed, the accurate alignment and fusion of the CT (anatomical) and PET (functional) images greatly improve the detection of lesions. For these reasons, PET/CT scanning is widely used in diagnostic oncologic applications. Data acquisition in PET/CT is performed in two steps: ﬁrst CT scan and next PET scan. In a typical PET/CT protocol, a patient is injected with the PET tracer (normally, 18F-FDG) and allowed to wait for 45 to 60 minutes.
PET Scanning Systems detector an angle of acceptance in the transaxial plane, and these angles of acceptance for all detectors in the ring form the transaxial ﬁeld of view (FOV). The larger the number of detectors (up to N/2) in multicoincidence with each detector, the larger the angle of acceptance and hence the larger transaxial FOV for the PET system. PET Scanners Dedicated PET scanners typically are designed with detectors (block detectors) arranged in an array of full or partial rings with a diameter of 80 to 90cm.
Basics of PET Imaging: Physics, Chemistry, and Regulations by Gopal B. Saha