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 SPECT IMAGES    | HEAR Dr. Kohn


New Perspectives SPECT lab has developed two unique ways to view actual SPECT images on our new website.  The first one is by location, while the other is by diagnosis. 
See Image Notice Below 

 Normal Image Orientation | NOTICE
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Transverse

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Coronal

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Sagittal

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Temporal

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Surface Reconstruction

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3-D Reconstruction 65/85%

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3-D Reconstruction 65/90%

 Location and Activity | NOTICE

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Frontal- Under Active
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Dorsal PreFrontal Cortex (DPFC)

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Orbital Frontal Cortex (OFC)

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Frontal Overactive

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Parietal Overactive

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Temporal- Underactive

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Temporal- Overactive

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Occipital

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Insula

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Subcortical

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Cerebellum

 Diagnosis, Location and Activity  | NOTICE
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Dementia 
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Dementia – Frontal –Temporal

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Dementia – Multi –Infarct

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Dementia- Alzheimer's Suspected

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Dementia - Lewy Body

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Stroke

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Epilepsy-Temporal Lobe

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Traumatic Brain Injury

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Depression

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ADD 
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ADD & Depression Adult

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ADD Teen

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ADD& Bipolar Disorder Child

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Bipolar Disorder
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Bipolar Disorder- Adult

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Bipolar Disorder-Teen

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Bipolar Disorder-Child

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

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Panic

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Toxic Brain / Substance Abuse
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Alcohol

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Alcohol & Methamphetamine

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Cocaine

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Ecstasy

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Hallucinogen, Heroin & Huffing

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Marijuana

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Developmental Disorders
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Aspergers

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Autism

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Pervasive Development Disorder

N O T I C E

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These images were obtained anonymously from patients that Dr. Kohn has evaluated.

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This display is accurate in terms of technical expertise.

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Each display captures the essence of the diagnosis based on Dr. Kohn's experience. There are eight sets of views; Transverse, Coronal, Sagittal, Temporal, two of Surface and two of 3-dimensional reconstruction views based on the 128 slice combined.

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The interpretation of the activity seen in each image is represented by our Geographic color scale which has advanced in Dr. Kohn's training. The most well perfused or active areas are seen as a black dot on a white background with lesser degrees seen along the scale to the left of each image slice. Dr. Kohn interprets the areas that are the most active and the least active by relating them to the patients symptoms, medications and structures in the brain.

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Dr. Kohn acknowledges that the interpretations and displays of all material seen on this site are subject to a wide disagreement in the nuclear medicine and psychiatric community.  These images and their application to the diagnosis and treatment are subject to the private practice of Dr. Kohn.

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Dr. Kohn has given each viewer the opportunity to review the literature that is relevant to his orientation in the Reference section.

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