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A set of 4D pediatric XCAT reference phantoms for multimodality research
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10.1118/1.4864238
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Figures

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A NURBS defined skullcap from a template skull (middle) is merged onto the polygon model of a segmented skull (left) to create a solid skull surface defined as a polygon model (right).

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Calculating the MC-LDDMM transform. A fully complete adult XCAT phantom is the template; the incomplete pediatric phantom is the target. The template is set to contain the same structures and intensities as the target so the images have a 1:1 correspondence. Given the template and target, the MC-LDDMM calculates the high level transform to map the whole-body template (XCAT) to the target (patient framework).

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Once the transform was determined, it was applied to the NURBS surfaces defining the template XCAT to create the patient-specific XCAT phantom containing all anatomical structures.

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The pediatric reference set. Shown here are female newborn, male 1 year, female 5 years, male 10 years, female 15 years, and male 15 years.

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The different layers of the completed 5-year-old female phantom. From left to right: skin surface; muscle, tendons, and ligaments; skeleton; organs; and vasculature.

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The development of cartilage (dark green) into bone in the skull, pelvis, hands, and feet, and the development of the vertebrae are shown for the newborn, 1-, and 5-year old phantoms. The arrows point to the regions of cartilage which decrease from the newborn model to the 5 year old.

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3D renderings of the female infant at different time frames of the cardiac and respiratory cycles. In the respiratory images, the dotted line indicates the height of the liver at end-expiration.

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Imaging simulations performed using the 10 year old male XCAT phantom. PET (top), SPECT (middle), and CT (bottom) images are shown compared to data from a separate patient. Image planes of the reconstructed images are shown on the phantom model.

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Coronal slices of simulated CT scans with their respective phantoms. Left to right, top to bottom: newborn female, 1-year-old male, 5-year-old female, 10-year-old male, and 15-year-old female.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Height and mass values for ICRP 89 reference and for the selected patient CT data for each age group.

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TABLE II.

List of structures in the new pediatric XCAT phantoms that are obtained using template models, through segmentation, or by using the MC-LDDMM transform.

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TABLE III.

Tissue mass values in each age group for ICRP 89 values, phantom model values, and percent difference.

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Scitation: A set of 4D pediatric XCAT reference phantoms for multimodality research
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aapm/journal/medphys/41/3/10.1118/1.4864238
10.1118/1.4864238
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