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PET•CT cardiac perfusion and viability mismatch study. Stress 13 NH3 Perfusion 18 FDG Viability. Rest 13 NH3 Perfusion 18 FDG Viability. Perfusion-viability mismatch in 13N-NH3 PET perfusion and 18F-FDG PET viability study

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pet ct cardiac perfusion and viability mismatch study
PET•CT cardiac perfusion and viability mismatch study

Stress

13NH3 Perfusion

18FDG Viability

Rest

13NH3 Perfusion

18FDG Viability

  • Perfusion-viability mismatch in 13N-NH3 PET perfusion and 18F-FDG PET viability study
  • Mismatch indicative of ischemic but viable myocardium - capable of return to normal contractility with revascularization
  • Patient identified as a candidate for revascularization.

Source: Data Courtesy of University of Michigan

c ardiac pet evaluation of myocardial perfusion and metabolism
Cardiac PET Evaluation of Myocardial Perfusion and Metabolism

Resting

Perfusion

Viability

NH3

FDG

Resting

Perfusion

Viability

NH3

FDG

Resting

Perfusion

Viability

NH3

FDG

Source: Data Courtesy of Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland OH, Dr. Neuman

82 rb cardiac pet ct
82Rb Cardiac PET/CT

16

Stress

Rest

Gated

Stress

Rest

Gated

Stress

Rest

Gated

Stress

Rest

Gated

33 year old male, 79.5 kg (175 lbs.)

Cardiac Stress, Rest and Gated PET slices.

16 Gate 82Rb Cardiac PET/CT

Source: Data Courtesy of Medical Imaging Center, Grand Rapids, MI, USA, Dr. P. Shreve

Data Courtesy of Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH

cardiac 82 rb pet
Cardiac 82Rb PET

Stress

Rest

Stress

Rest

Stress

Rest

Normal Myocardial Perfusion Static Stress and Rest Test

Source: Data Courtesy of Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland OH, Dr. Neuman

cardiac rule out coronary artery disease
Cardiac – Rule out Coronary Artery Disease
  • 47 year old patient with non-specific chest pain presented for evaluation to rule out coronary artery disease.
  • A PET•CT rest perfusion study was performed with Rb, along with a CT angiography of the coronary vessels.

Source: Images courtesy of Emory Crawford Long Hospital, Atlanta, GA, Dr. Patterson