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Rodent brain imaging with SPECT/CT
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Photograph of an excised rat brain. A brain slice after TTC staining is shown.

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Time activity curves of -exametazime in a rat brain for two ROIs covering normal (bottom) and infarcted tissues (top). Inset in the plot shows the regions of interest to calculate mean and maximum pixels values.

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In vivo SPECT/CT images of -exametazime in a rat brain. A volumetric rendering of coregistered SPECT and CT images (left), a transaxial slice of coregistered SPECT and CT (middle), and SPECT only images (right). The locations of cerebral blood flow deficits are indicated by arrows.

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Autoradiograph of -exametazime in a rat brain. Brain slices were positioned from superior (top left) to inferior (bottom right). Reduced uptake of -exametazime indicates cerebral blood flow deficits.

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Scitation: Rodent brain imaging with SPECT/CT
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aapm/journal/medphys/34/4/10.1118/1.2710950
10.1118/1.2710950
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