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Advanced deconvolution techniques and medical radiography

Jannetta, Adrian;
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  • Publisher: Northumbria University
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Medical radiography is a process by which the internal structures of the human body are imaged using a source of x-rays. The images formed are essentially shadowgrams whose size and intensity is dependent on the geom¬etry of the imaging system and the degree to which the structures attenuate x-ray radiation. The images are blurred because the x-ray source has a finite size, and noisy because the x-ray exposure must be kept as low as possible for the safety of the patient but which also limits the number of photons avail¬able for image formation. In such noisy environments traditional methods of Fourier deconvolution have limited appeal. In this research we apply...
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free text keywords: B900, G100, G300
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