Vincent Keereman
Vincent Keereman
MEDISIP - Ghent University / iMinds
Verified email at ugent.be
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MRI-based attenuation correction for PET/MRI using ultrashort echo time sequences
V Keereman, Y Fierens, T Broux, Y De Deene, M Lonneux, ...
Journal of Nuclear Medicine 51 (5), 812-818, 2010
4422010
Challenges and current methods for attenuation correction in PET/MR
V Keereman, P Mollet, Y Berker, V Schulz, S Vandenberghe
Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine 26 (1), 81-98, 2013
1262013
The effect of errors in segmented attenuation maps on PET quantification
V Keereman, R Van Holen, P Mollet, S Vandenberghe
Medical physics 38 (11), 6010-6019, 2011
1062011
Fast generation of 4D PET-MR data from real dynamic MR acquisitions
C Tsoumpas, C Buerger, AP King, P Mollet, V Keereman, ...
Physics in Medicine and Biology 56 (20), 6597, 2011
952011
DigiPET: sub-millimeter spatial resolution small-animal PET imaging using thin monolithic scintillators
S Espaņa, R Marcinkowski, V Keereman, S Vandenberghe, R Van Holen
Physics in Medicine and Biology 59 (13), 3405, 2014
782014
Simultaneous MR-compatible emission and transmission imaging for PET using time-of-flight information
P Mollet, V Keereman, E Clementel, S Vandenberghe
IEEE transactions on medical imaging 31 (9), 1734-1742, 2012
632012
Improvement of attenuation correction in time-of-flight PET/MR imaging with a positron-emitting source
P Mollet, V Keereman, J Bini, D Izquierdo-Garcia, ZA Fayad, ...
Journal of Nuclear Medicine 55 (2), 329-336, 2014
482014
A preclinical PET/MR insert for a human 3T MR scanner
V Schulz, T Solf, B Weissler, P Gebhardt, P Fischer, M Ritzert, V Mlotok, ...
2009 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record (NSS/MIC), 2577-2579, 2009
372009
Influence of detector pixel size, TOF resolution and DOI on image quality in MR-compatible whole-body PET
H Thoen, V Keereman, P Mollet, R Van Holen, S Vandenberghe
Physics in medicine and biology 58 (18), 6459, 2013
262013
EEG source connectivity to localize the seizure onset zone in patients with drug resistant epilepsy
W Staljanssens, G Strobbe, R Van Holen, V Keereman, S Gadeyne, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 16, 689-698, 2017
252017
Automated long‐term EEG analysis to localize the epileptogenic zone
P van Mierlo, G Strobbe, V Keereman, G Birot, S Gadeyne, M Gschwind, ...
Epilepsia Open, 2017
122017
A Novel Design for Steerable Instruments Based on Laser-Cut Nitinol
F Dewaele, AF Kalmar, F De Ryck, N Lumen, L Williams, E Baert, ...
Surgical innovation, 1553350613508015, 2014
122014
MR-based attenuation correction for PET using an Ultrashort Echo Time (UTE) sequence
V Keereman, S Vandenberghe, Y De Deene, R Luypaert, T Broux, ...
2008 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record, 4656-4661, 2008
122008
Functional MRI during Hippocampal Deep Brain Stimulation in the Healthy Rat Brain
N Van Den Berge, C Vanhove, B Descamps, I Dauwe, P van Mierlo, ...
PloS one 10 (7), e0133245, 2015
112015
Hippocampal deep brain stimulation reduces glucose utilization in the healthy rat brain
N Van Den Berge, V Keereman, C Vanhove, B Van Nieuwenhuyse, ...
Molecular Imaging and Biology 17 (3), 373-383, 2015
92015
Method and assembly for correcting a relaxation map for medical imaging applications
V Keereman, S Vandenberghe, Y De Deene
US Patent 8,655,038, 2014
92014
Method and assembly for correcting a relaxation map for medical imaging applications
V Keereman, S Vandenberghe, Y De Deene
US Patent 8,655,038, 2014
92014
Temperature dependence of APD-based PET scanners
V Keereman, R Van Holen, S Vandenberghe, C Vanhove
Medical physics 40 (9), 092506, 2013
92013
Magnetic resonace–based attenuation correction for micro–single-photon emission computed tomography
V Keereman, Y Fierens, C Vanhove, T Lahoutte, S Vandenberghe
Molecular imaging 11 (2), 7290.2011. 00036, 2012
92012
Method and assembly for correcting a relaxation map for medical imaging applications
V Keereman, S Vandenberghe, DY De
WO Patent App. PCT/EP2010/051,868, 2010
9*2010
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