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Interventional molecular imaging
Molecular imaging, such as Positron Emission Tomography has an important

impact in diagnostic, while it started only recently to be integrated into interventional procedures. Interventional molecular imaging
can provide guidance to localize a target; provide in-room, post-therapy assessment; monitoring of targeted therapeutics delivery.
Interventional molecular imaging is generally based on commercial whole-body PET/CT scanners, which limit the possibility of an entire surgical guidance
procedure, while on-site integration of dedicated devices would definitely benefit the entire guidance.
This project focuses on the study of a dedicated detector, and the potential impact of its integration in brain interventional procedures.


In Kooperation mit Kirchhoff Institut für Physik, Heidelberg und IPHC Strasbourg


brain imaging, detector, interventional PET, molecular imaging

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