improveleft ventricularinferiorwall countscomparedto su pine imaging, thus minimizingdiaphragmaticattenuation. ProneSPECT quantitativenormallimitswere developedand prospectivelyappliedto 36 patIentswho had coronaryan giography.The proneimagingtableusedhada cut-outunder cardiac area which increased the average myocardial counts by 10.7 % comparedto prone SPECT throughthe standard table. Overall specificity and sensitivity were 80 % and 93%, respectively. For the right, left circumflex and left anterior descendingcoronary arteries, the specificitleswere 94%, 71%, and 94%; and sensitivitieswere 88%, 89 % and 78%, respectively.The normalcyrate in 55 normal patients was 89%. IncIdenceand the seventy of patient motion in 200 prone SPECT studies were compared to 200 supine SPECT studies. Mild and severe motion occurred in 12 % and 4 % o
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