In the following Figures there are marked differences between individual patients and a great variability in the amount of blood supply (color) to the respective brain structures of each subject. At the same time the high definition of these color displays is what allows the detection of detailed cortical and subcortical features, subsequently included in the report. This results in the type of functional information sought and used by the referring physician to refine the treatment strategy and evaluate prognosis.
- Figure (A): Brain SPECT in ADHD with Comorbidity
- Figure (B): Brain SPECT in Dementia Differential
- Figure (C): Brain SPECT in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Figure (D): Autism & Brain SPECT
- Figure (E): EEG & Brain SPECT
- Figure (F): Future Display Type
Example of 3D displays of the brain representing two levels of thresholded volume images and a 3D functional surface, respectively (*) . This enables an intuitive and user friendly depiction of the location of various areas of abnormal brain perfusion on the surface and within the brain volume.
(*) Good Lion Imaging LLC , Columbia MD