The ultimate tool for PET imaging in primates and medium sized animals
The MultiScan™ Large Field of view Extreme Resolution PET/CT system is offering molecular imaging with high spatial resolution and high quantitative accuracy in a gantry that supports all possible non-human primate (NHP) studies.
Fine crystal needles and advanced detector modelling of the Tera-Tomo™ 3D PET reconstruction enable to resolve 1 mm structures. Our highly refined detector technology and dead time estimation maintain 97% quantitative accuracy up to 150 MBq (4mCi) activity level.
Both PET and CT can image the very same region of space, making any patient movement unnecessary in a single field of view study. The freely tilting detector head enables even awake animal imaging with visual stimuli.
Exceptional spatial resolution for quantitative analysis of small structures
Precise quantification of tiny objects, like the substantia nigra in the brain or tuberculosis granulomas in the lungs, require high spatial resolution.
MultiScan™ LFER 150 PET/CT can achieve better than 1 mm spatial resolution
This translates to more than 75% recovery for the 2 mm rod in the NEMA image quality test
Using precise detector modelling and attenuation and scatter correction in the Tera-Tomo™ 3D PET reconstruction the system achieves better than 5% homogeneity measured with a 15 cm diameter water filled phantom.
Outstanding quantitative accuracy in both time and activity range
Applications involving short half-life isotopes, like 11C and 15O or long scan times, like cell tracking require good quantitative accuracy over a wide range of radioactivity levels.