How often are you working around motion instead of seeing through it?

Respiratory motion negatively affects about half of all PET/CT procedures. And not just in the thorax, but all the way down to the pelvis as well. What’s more, it affects your images in ways that you can’t always predict or read around. It can hide small lesions, make staging for treatment difficult and lead to inaccurate SUV and volume measurements. Every situation is unique. However, current solutions are cumbersome and take too long to set up, which puts you in the difficult position of having to pick and choose which situations to use it in. As a result, only a small percentage of overall procedures affected by motion receive the benefits of motion correction.

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1Compared to non-processed (STATIC, no motion-correction) data. As demonstrated in phantom testing using a typical and fast respiratory model, 18 mm Ge-68 spheres, and OSEM reconstruction.

2As demonstrated in phantom testing using a typical and fast respiratory model and OSEM reconstruction. Quantitative accuracy improvements are based on SUVmean.

3Based on clinical practice at University Hospital Zurich, using 5-ring PET/CT with MotionFree and RPM. These results are for illustrative purposes only and represent specific customer experiences; actual results could vary depending on clinical practice and circumstances.

4Compared to device-based respiratory gating.