Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications of The Group

1. Pretorius PH, King MA. Spillover compensation in the presence of respiratory motion embedded in SPECT perfusion data. IEEE Trans Nucl Sci 55:537-542, 2008.

2. Liu S, King MA, Brill AB, Stabin MG, Farncombe TH. Accelerated SPECT Monte Carlo simulation using multiple projection sampling and convolution-based forced detection. IEEE Trans Nucl Sci. 55:560-567, 2008.

3. McNamara JE, Bruyant PP, Johnson K, Feng B, Lehovich A, Gu S, Gennert M, King MA. An assessment of a low-cost visual tracking system (VTS) to detect and compensate for patient motion during SPECT. IEEE Trans Nucl Sci. 55:992-998, 2008.

4. Liu S, King MA, Brill AB, Stabin MG, Farncombe TH. Convolution-based forced detection Monte Carlo simulation incorporating septal penetration modeling. IEEE Trans Nucl Sci. 55:967-974, 2008.

5. Pereira NF, Gifford HC, Pretorius PH, Smyczynski M, Licho R, Schneider P, Farncombe T, King MA. An Evaluation of Iterative Reconstruction Strategies Based on Mediastinal Lesion Detection Using Hybrid Ga-67 SPECT Images. Med Phys 35:4808-4815, 2008.

6. Pretorius PH, King MA. Diminishing the impact of spillover and partial volume effect on cardiac SPECT perfusion imaging. Med Phys 36:105-115, 2009.

** As shown, a figure from this paper was selected for the cover of the January, 2009 issue of Medical Physics. **

7. McNamara JE, Pretorius PH, Johnson K, Mitra J, Dey J, Gennert MA, King MA. A flexible multi-camera visual-tracking system for detecting and correcting motion-induced artifacts in cardiac SPECT slices. Med Phys. 2009 May;36(5):1913-23.

** As shown, a figure from this paper was selected for the cover of the May, 2009 issue of Medical Physics. **

8. Mitra Mukherjee J, McNamara JE, Johnson KL, Dey J, King MA. Estimation of Rigid-body and Respiratory Motion of the Heart From Marker-Tracking Data for SPECT Motion Correction. IEEE Trans Nucl Sci, accepted.

9. Dey J, King MA. Theoretical and Numerical Study of an MLEM and OSEM Reconstruction Algorithms for Motion Correction in Emission Tomography. IEEE Trans Nuc Sci, tentatively, tentatively accepted.

10. Dey J. Improvement of Perfomrance of Cardiac SPECT Camera using Curved Detectors With Pinholes. IEEE Trans Nuc Sci, Vol. 59, No. 2, Apr 2012, pp. 334-347.

11. Dey J., Segars W.P., et al. Estimation and Correction of Cardiac Respiratory Motion in SPECT in the Presence of Limited-Angle Effects due to Irregular Respiration. Medical Physics, Vol. 37, No. 12, Dec. 2010, pp. 6453-6465. 

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