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Breaking Through the Blur: Improving PET Imaging of Tau Deposition in Dementia using Motion Correction

Researchers at CMITT have been focused on improving the accuracy of PET imaging for detecting tau deposition, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease, by addressing the challenges posed by head motion during image acquisition. The researchers developed a motion correction method that effectively compensates for head movement during PET scans. They tested the method on a […]

Sharper Insights into the Brain: Advancing PET Resolution through Real-Time Super-Resolution Reconstruction

Researchers at CMITT have recently published an article on improving the resolution of brain positron emission tomography (PET) images using a technique called super-resolution (SR). SR aims to improve image quality by leveraging multiple acquisitions of the same target with known sub-resolution shifts. To achieve this, the researchers developed an SR estimation framework specifically for […]