By National Research Council, Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board, Committee on State of the Science of Nuclear Medicine
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The power of combined-modality imaging will increase dramatically as molecularly targeted radiotracers with high specific activity are developed and as the sensitivity and resolution of PET increase to allow for high-resolution, temporal imaging. The simple methods developed in the 1970s for image reconstruction in microscopy are no longer sufficient for reconstructing images taken with PET and SPECT. The images are reconstructed using iterative procedures that take into account the relationship between the image space and the detector or projection space.
1) or a radionuclide that is attached to a carrier molecule (a drug, protein, or peptide) or particle, which when introduced into the body by injection, swallowing, or inhalation accumulates in the organ or tissue of interest. In a nuclear medicine scan, a radiopharmaceutical is administered to the patient, and an imaging instrument that detects radiation is used to show biochemical changes in the body. , conventional ultrasound, computed tomography [CT], or magnetic resonance imaging [MRI]), can provide important quantitative functional information about normal tissues or disease conditions in living subjects.
It is envisioned that treatments that are specific to a patient will be developed. 3) could be used to maximize treatment efficacy and minimize normal tissue toxicity. Targeted radionuclide therapy is further discussed in Chapter 7. Polycythemia vera is a blood disorder where there is an overproduction of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Patients with this disorder are prone to developing clots that can result in strokes or heart attacks. The Cancer Genome Atlas Project is an interdisciplinary program established and administered by the NCI (NCI 2007a) and the National Human Genome Research Institute.
Advancing Nuclear Medicine Through Innovation by National Research Council, Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board, Committee on State of the Science of Nuclear Medicine