By E. Edmund Kim, Hyung-jun Im, Dong Soo Lee, Keon Wook Kang
This atlas showcases cross-sectional anatomy for the right kind interpretation of pictures generated from PET/MRI, PET/CT, and SPECT/CT purposes. Hybrid imaging is on the leading edge of nuclear and molecular imaging and complements facts acquisition for the needs of prognosis and remedy. Simultaneous evaluate of anatomic and metabolic information regarding basic and irregular strategies addresses advanced scientific questions and increases the extent of self assurance of the experiment interpretation. greatly illustrated with high-resolution PET/MRI, PET/CT and SPECT/CT photos, this atlas offers exact morphologic info for the full physique in addition to for particular areas comparable to the pinnacle and neck, stomach, and musculoskeletal process. Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MRI, PET/CT, AND SPECT/CT is a distinct source for physicians and citizens in nuclear drugs, radiology, oncology, neurology, and cardiology.
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FDG PET/MR was performed for initial staging. On FDG PET/MR, a soft tissue mass with increased metabolic activity in the left retromolar trigone was found, which was consistent with a malignant tumor. 33). 2 Head and Neck 29 Fig. 28 (1) Left retromolar trigone cancer (2) Left neck level II LN metastasis (3) Left neck level III LN metastasis (4) Right neck level II LN metastasis 30 1 Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MR Fig. 2 Head and Neck 31 Fig. 30 (1) Right neck level II LN metastasis (2) Right masseter muscle (3) Right mandible (4) Right medial pterygoid muscle (5) Right molar teeth (6) Left molar teeth (7) Left retromolar trigone cancer (8) Left palatine tonsil (9) Left side of neck level II LN metastasis (10) Left sternocleidomastoid muscle 32 1 Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MR Fig.
Also, increased metabolic activity was found in the junction area of the descending and transverse colon. Bowel-within-bowel configuration was found, and the increased metabolic activity was shown along the lesion. It was thought most likely to be an intussusception with physiologic or inflammatory intestinal activity. 49). 3 Chest 33 Fig. 32 (1) Thyroid cartilage (2) Cricoid cartilage (3) Left common carotid artery (4) Left internal jugular vein (5) Left sternocleidomastoid muscle (6) Spinal cord (7) Left trapezius muscle 34 1 Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MR Fig.
20 (1) Cerebellum (2) Right jugular vein (3) Right maxillary sinus (4) Medulla oblongata (5) Metastasis in left cerebellum 22 1 Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MR Fig. 1 Case 1 (4) Sigmoid colon cancer A 55-year-old male patient visited an Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) clinic because of a sore throat. On ENT examination, a soft tissue mass was found in right nasopharyngeal wall. Subsequent biopsy revealed nasopharyngeal cancer. FDG PET/MR was done for the initial staging of nasopharyngeal cancer. On FDG PET/MR, a soft tissue lesion with increased metabolic activity was found in the right nasopharyngeal area, which is consistent with nasopharyngeal cancer.