Combined PET-MR principles, strengths and weaknesses
The combination of positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides a unique clinical imaging tool with significant applications in biomedical research in small animals. PET/MRI systems for use in humans were first introduced in the year 2010.
Other hybrid imaging systems such as CT/PET and SPECT/CT have been widely accepted in clinical practice in the past decade. PET/MR technology has revolutionized clinical imaging in small animals and offers high performance functional imaging solutions. Some medical imaging experts foresee PET/MRI completely replacing PET/CT in the future. Read more.
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