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Table 6 Assigned diagnostic categorization made by one nuclear medicine physician (reader 3) and one neuroradiologist in conjunction for PET (PETCT, PETDixonBone) and MRI. Discrepancies from PETCT + MRI are italicized

From: Quantitative and clinical impact of MRI-based attenuation correction methods in [18F]FDG evaluation of dementia

Patient PETCT + MRI PETDixonBone + MRI
1 NS NS
2 NS NS
3 N N
4 N N
5 FTD FTD
6 N N
7 FTD AD a
8 N N
9 N N
10 N N
11 Ns NS
12 N N
13 NS NS
14 N N
15 NS NS
16 AD NS
17 NS b NSb
18 N N
  1. AD Alzheimer’s disease, FTD frontotemporal dementia
  2. aDefined as both FTD and AD in the proposed diagnosis based on PET/CT and MR imaging and clinical referral text (Table 1)
  3. bSuspicion of normal pressure hydrocephalus