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MR-Based Motion Correction Patient motion, from involuntary movements, and cardiac as well as respiratory cycles, is a major contribution to degraded PET image quality. In addition, patient motion will lead to local or extended mis-alignment of complementary anatometabolic image information. In PET/CT, for example, the PET image is acquired over several minutes, while the CT scan is a matter of seconds and frequently acquired during a single breath hold. As a result, patient motion typically causes local misalignment between the PET and CT images and may lead to serious artifacts for AC, for example near the diaphragm.
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Beyer et al. a 2 4 3 5 6 1. Patient prepartion/positioning 2. Topogram 3. Low-dose CT CT- based attenuation correction 4. Multi-step PET 5. Dedicated CT (contrast, gating, breath- hold) 6. exposure patient Staff b 2 3 4 rel. exposure Patient 5 1. Patient preparation/positioning 2. Scout (MRI) 3. + 4. Multi-step PET/MR include. MR-AC (3) 5. PET and MR image reconstruction, Escorting the patient out Staff Fig. 15 Relative contributions to patient and staff exposure during a whole-body oncology examination in PET/CT (a) and PET/MR (b).