Inventory reference ISSN 1812-7231 Klin.inform.telemed. Volume 6, Issue 7, 2010, Pages 64-68
Author(s) S. M. Alkhimova, V. P. Yatsenko
Interuniversity medicoengineering faculty, National Technical University Of Ukraine "KPI", Kiev
Article title Method of moments for measuring perfusion parameters (review)
In recent years, perfusion СТ achieved high accuracy in the estimating the values of studied tissue perfusion parameters. Several mathematical methods have been developed for analysing CT-data to obtain a perfusion parameter values, some of which have been made commercially available by the major CT vendors. The method of moments was one of the first developed technique for the measuring tissue perfusion. This technique is currently widespread used. The moment method theory, basic formulas and definitions are presented in the article.
Keywords method of moments, indicator-dilution theory, perfusion computer tomography
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