Real-time dosimetry for SIRT based on image fusion


Real-time dosimetry for SIRT based on image fusion (dt. Echtzeitdosimetrieverfahren durch Bildfusion) is a joint research project by the industry partners SurgicEye GmbH, Crystal Photonics GmbH and the clinical partners of Universitätsklinikum Würzburg (UKW) and  Universitätsklinikum Magdeburg (OVGU).

This project is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy under grant number ZF4276201TS6.


The purpose of the system is to overcome the lack of imaging during the application of the Y-90 microspheres

The system combines images of an interventional gamma camera with patient specific Monte-Carlo simulations

NEMA body phantom study

Quadcam prototype


System and method for the determination of a dose in radiotherapy WO/2017/125443, Applicant: SurgicEye GmbH, Inventors: M. Keicher, P. Matthies, J. Traub



First validation of semi-automatic liver segmentation algorithm. Matthies P, Wuestemann J, Neba J, Pinto FA, Grosser O. IUPESM18 to be published.

CZT detector characteristics for handheld molecular imaging of “small lesions”. Neba J, Wuestemann J, Matthies P, Pinto FA, Barthel T, Schwenkenbecher K, Grosser O, Lassmann M. Abstracts der 56. DGN-Jahrestagung 2018

Patient specific scatter reduction in SIRT gamma camera images. Matthies P, Mesri M, Pinto FA, Wuestemann J, Grosser O. 2018 Jan;45 Suppl 1:S5-S6. doi: 10.1016/j.ejmp.2017.11.035.

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