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PMOD Training Videos

Overview

ParaVision 360 and PMOD provide multi-modal data management and total PET data quantification for pharmacodynamic, pharmacokinetic and multi-parametric tissue information.

Be sure to check out the PMOD webpage for more documentation.

Dynamic Brain Imaging in Rats

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High performance PET with time frames < 5 s allows fastimaging with short half-life tracers such as 11C-flumazenil.The large FOV makes the vena cava accessible as a surrogateinput function. Time-activity curves can be extracted fromthe brain using built-in atlases in PMOD. Kinetic modelling isused for full quantitation of receptor binding using PKIN.

Courtesy: Dr. W. Gsell, Dr C Cawthorne, Prof. C. Deroose,Prof. U. Himmelreich, KU Leuven

Simultaneous 9.4 T FDG PET/MR in mouse brain

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MR morphology and PMOD/PFUS functionality used for precise registration to brain atlas


Courtesy: J. Kim, PhD. Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Indiana University.

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PMOD Tutorial Videos for Small Animal Analysis

Section 1 - Image Viewing, Processing and Basic Analysis (PVIEW)

S1E1 - Loading images from the database (01:28)

S1E3 - Loading images using AUTODETECT (02:02)

S1E5 - Dynamic images and capturing tracer kinetics (07:30)

S1E7 - Image processing and VOI analysis (12:47)

S1E9 - Isocontouring using a defined SUV threshold (10:58)

S1E2 Loading DICOM images (01:53)

S1E4 - Image display and capture (05:43)

S1E6 - Image cropping and saving (07:55)

S1E8 - VOI-based masking for improved 3D rendering (13:01)

Section 2 - Image Registration and Fusion (PFUS)

S2E1 - Fusion display of hybrid data and simple VOI analysis (09:22)

S2E3 - CT-based brain spatial normalization and VOI atlases (11:41)

S2E2 - Image matching and fused rotating MIP for presentation (11:26)

S2E4 - Direct PET-based brain spatial normalization and VOI atlases (10:10)

Section 3 - 3D Rendering (P3D)

S3E1 - Simple CT surfacevolume rendering with VOIs (10:05)

S3E2 - Fused PETCT rendering (12:02)

Section 4 - Kinetic Modeling (PKIN)

S4E1 - Gold-standard two-tissue-compartment PET kinetic modeling with an arterial input function – full quantification of cerebral glucose metabolism (13:13)

S4E2 - Reference-tissue-based kinetic modeling – receptor density with the non-displaceable binding potential (BPnd) (08:25)

Section 5 - Parametric Mapping (PXMOD)

S5E1 - Maps of dopamine D2/3 receptor density using reference-tissue-based modeling (12:30)

Section 6 - Automated Image Segmentation (PSEG)

S6E1 - Automated organ segmentation with dynamic PET/MR (14:49)

Section 7 - Streamlined brain analysis (PNROD)

S7E1 - PNROD, our rodent Neuro tool, has been announced for upcoming version 4.2. Tutorial videos will be added soon after release.

Section 8 - PMOD Database Management

S8E1 - Creating a new database for a new project (04:47)

Section 9 - Online Documentation of PMOD and Requesting Support

S9E1 - Access to further documentation and support (03:25)

PMOD Tutorial Videos for Human Data Analysis

Section 1: Image Viewing, Processing and Basic Analysis (PVIEW)

S1E1 - Loading images from the database (03:05)

S1E3 - Loading images using AUTODETECT (01:50)

S1E5 - Dynamic images and capturing tracer kinetics (06:22)

S1E7 - Image processing and VOI analysis (12:32)

S1E9 - Isocontouring using a defined SUV threshold (07:53)

S1E2 - Loading DICOM images (01:57)

S1E4 - Image display and capture (04:29)

S1E6 - Image cropping and saving (05:38)

S1E8 - VOI-based masking for improved 3D rendering (09:28)

Section 2: Image Registration and Fusion (PFUS)

S2E1 - Fusion display of hybrid data and simple VOI analysis (07:44)

S2E3 - Template-based brain spatial normalization and VOI atlases (11:32)

S2E2 - Registration of images from different scans and scanners (09:01)

Section 3: 3D Rendering (P3D)

S3E1 - Simple CT surface/volume rendering with VOIs (10:47)

S3E2 - Fused PET/CT rendering (11:37)

Section 4: Kinetic Modeling (PKIN)

S4E1 - Gold-standard two-tissue-compartment PET kinetic modeling with an arterial input function – full quantification of receptor binding (11:37)

S4E2 - Reference-tissue-based kinetic modeling – receptor density with the non-displaceable binding potential (BPnd) (05:17)

Section 5: Parametric Mapping (PXMOD)

S5E1 - Maps of serotonin transporter density using reference-tissue-based modeling (15:33)

Section 6: Automated Image Segmentation (PSEG)

S6E1 - PERCIST oncology workflow with PET/CT data (10:06)

Section 7: Streamlined brain analysis (PNEURO)

S7E1 - Automatic brain VOIs for human PET/MR (15:06)

Section 8: PMOD Database Management

S8E1 - Creating a new database for a new project (06:18)

Section 9: Online Documentation of PMOD and Requesting Support

S9E1 - Access to further documentation and support (03:25)