15O-water PET for evaluation of cardiopulmonary perfusion in complex cyanotic heart disease

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15O-water PET for evaluation of cardiopulmonary perfusion in complex cyanotic heart disease. / Madsen, Simon; Tolbod, Lars Poulsen; Mortensen, Ulrik Markus; Andersen, Gratien; Bouchelouche, Kirsten.

I: European Journal of Hybrid Imaging - EJNMMI Multimodality Journal, Bind 4, Nr. 3, 2020.

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Madsen, S, Tolbod, LP, Mortensen, UM, Andersen, G & Bouchelouche, K 2020, '15O-water PET for evaluation of cardiopulmonary perfusion in complex cyanotic heart disease', European Journal of Hybrid Imaging - EJNMMI Multimodality Journal, bind 4, nr. 3. https://doi.org/10.1186/s41824-020-0072-4

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Madsen, Simon o.a.. "15O-water PET for evaluation of cardiopulmonary perfusion in complex cyanotic heart disease". European Journal of Hybrid Imaging - EJNMMI Multimodality Journal. 2020. 4(3). https://doi.org/10.1186/s41824-020-0072-4

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Madsen, Simon ; Tolbod, Lars Poulsen ; Mortensen, Ulrik Markus ; Andersen, Gratien ; Bouchelouche, Kirsten. / 15O-water PET for evaluation of cardiopulmonary perfusion in complex cyanotic heart disease. I: European Journal of Hybrid Imaging - EJNMMI Multimodality Journal. 2020 ; Bind 4, Nr. 3.

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abstract = "BackgroundDynamic 15O-water PET may provide information about cardiopulmonary circulation complementary to MRI and CT in complex cyanotic heart disease.Case presentationWe present a case in which a 15O-water PET scan was used for the first time to map the complex circulation in a univentricular heart patient with dual pulmonary blood supply. The pulmonary blood supply consisted of partially oxygenated blood led from the univentricle to the lungs by the pulmonary artery, plus of venous blood from the upper body lead by a bidirectional Glenn anastomosis to the right pulmonary artery. Despite the bidirectional Glenn anastomosis, the patient developed increasing cyanosis and was considered for heart transplantation. Pulmonary perfusion measurements using MRI were inconclusive due to metal artifacts, and the patient was referred for a 15O-water PET scan. The scan showed significant venovenous collaterals bypassing the lungs. Only the left upper lung lobe was properly perfused. The mean transit time from the superior vena cava to the left ventricle was approximately four times longer than would be expected from a healthy person.ConclusionThe case illustrates that 15O-water PET can complement CT and MRI for quantitative characterization of cardiopulmonary circulation in complex cyanotic heart disease.",
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T1 - 15O-water PET for evaluation of cardiopulmonary perfusion in complex cyanotic heart disease

AU - Madsen, Simon

AU - Tolbod, Lars Poulsen

AU - Mortensen, Ulrik Markus

AU - Andersen, Gratien

AU - Bouchelouche, Kirsten

PY - 2020

Y1 - 2020

N2 - BackgroundDynamic 15O-water PET may provide information about cardiopulmonary circulation complementary to MRI and CT in complex cyanotic heart disease.Case presentationWe present a case in which a 15O-water PET scan was used for the first time to map the complex circulation in a univentricular heart patient with dual pulmonary blood supply. The pulmonary blood supply consisted of partially oxygenated blood led from the univentricle to the lungs by the pulmonary artery, plus of venous blood from the upper body lead by a bidirectional Glenn anastomosis to the right pulmonary artery. Despite the bidirectional Glenn anastomosis, the patient developed increasing cyanosis and was considered for heart transplantation. Pulmonary perfusion measurements using MRI were inconclusive due to metal artifacts, and the patient was referred for a 15O-water PET scan. The scan showed significant venovenous collaterals bypassing the lungs. Only the left upper lung lobe was properly perfused. The mean transit time from the superior vena cava to the left ventricle was approximately four times longer than would be expected from a healthy person.ConclusionThe case illustrates that 15O-water PET can complement CT and MRI for quantitative characterization of cardiopulmonary circulation in complex cyanotic heart disease.

AB - BackgroundDynamic 15O-water PET may provide information about cardiopulmonary circulation complementary to MRI and CT in complex cyanotic heart disease.Case presentationWe present a case in which a 15O-water PET scan was used for the first time to map the complex circulation in a univentricular heart patient with dual pulmonary blood supply. The pulmonary blood supply consisted of partially oxygenated blood led from the univentricle to the lungs by the pulmonary artery, plus of venous blood from the upper body lead by a bidirectional Glenn anastomosis to the right pulmonary artery. Despite the bidirectional Glenn anastomosis, the patient developed increasing cyanosis and was considered for heart transplantation. Pulmonary perfusion measurements using MRI were inconclusive due to metal artifacts, and the patient was referred for a 15O-water PET scan. The scan showed significant venovenous collaterals bypassing the lungs. Only the left upper lung lobe was properly perfused. The mean transit time from the superior vena cava to the left ventricle was approximately four times longer than would be expected from a healthy person.ConclusionThe case illustrates that 15O-water PET can complement CT and MRI for quantitative characterization of cardiopulmonary circulation in complex cyanotic heart disease.

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DO - 10.1186/s41824-020-0072-4

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JO - European Journal of Hybrid Imaging - EJNMMI Multimodality Journal

JF - European Journal of Hybrid Imaging - EJNMMI Multimodality Journal

SN - 2510-3636

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