101646 Imaging Techniques II

Course Goals:

Content of this lecture covers principles of overall imaging systems used in nuclear medicine in detail. Algorithms used for reconstruction and methods used for determination quantitative image quality are also told.

Course Learning Outcomes:

Students learn equivalent information in order to work both in nuclear medicine units in hospitals and medical companies.

Course Subjects:

  • Image processing techniques in digital detectors.
  • Image processing techniques in digital detectors.
  • Fundamentals of Computed Tomography and dosimetry.
  • Fundamentals of Computed Tomography and dosimetry.
  • Performance properties of counters and imaging systems used in nuclear medicine and quality control tests.
  • Performance properties of counters and imaging systems used in nuclear medicine and quality control tests.
  • Factors affecting system overall system performance and measurement techniques.
  • Factors affecting system overall system performance and measurement techniques.
  • Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography: general principles, physical properties.
  • Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography: general principles, physical properties.
  • Positron Emission Tomography: general principles, physical properties.
  • Positron Emission Tomography: general principles, physical properties.
  • Measurement of image quality in digital systems.
  • Measurement of image quality in digital systems.