PET-MR Dataset

PET-MR Dataset

Author: 
Florian Knoll

This is an in-vivo PET-MRI dataset from a Siemens Biograph mMr that was used in the experiments for Figure 8 in the paper Joint MR-PET reconstruction using a multi-channel image regularizer.
The data come from a brain FDG-PET scan with a duration of 10 minutes, together with an undersampled MPRAGE MR scan. The dataset also includes MR-receive coil sensitivity maps and PET attenuation correction maps and scatter estimates. The code to reproduce the corresponding reconstruction can be downloaded from github. A more detailed description of the contents of the data file and how to use them is included in the readme of the code package.

Related Publication

F Knoll, M Holler, T Koesters, R Otazo, K Bredies, DK Sodickson. Joint MR-PET reconstruction using a multi-channel image regularizer. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging 36: 1-16 (2017)

 

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