PET Inline

Workflow and Supports

PET Inline simplifies your workflow and supports a broad spectrum of application fields, such as oncology, functional and anatomical neuroimaging, orthopedics, cardiac imaging and stroke models.

Brain stroke model

Brain stroke model. Left to right: MRI (ADC map), MRI (Perfusion), 18F FDG PET. Conventionally ischemic penumbra is determined based on perfusion/diffusion mismatch. PET FDG enables mapping of the metabolism. Courtesy of Anke Wouters, Antina De Boer and Robin Lemmens, Molecular Small Animal Imaging Center (MoSAIC), University hospital of Leuven, Belgium.

Pemr inline

Brain stroke model. Left to right: MRI (RARE), PET/MR overlay, 18F-DFG PET images. Courtesy of Dr. Uwe Himmelreich, Dr. Willy Gsel, Dr. Cindy Casteels, Molecular. Small Animal Imaging Center (MoSAIC), University hospital of Leuven, Belgium. Measured with the PET/MR Inline.

Submilimetric resolution

Submillimetric Resolution across the FOV and wide range of activities (left to right: 50 – 200 – 500 – 1000 µCi).