Intelligent adaptive x-ray imaging system (US 20080232550 A1)

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I-ImaS Consortium (2016)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.59594
  • Subject: x-ray | medical imaging | image analysis | automatic control | machine learning

Abstract A method and an arrangement for an intelligent adaptive x-ray imaging system, in which the exposure conditions of the object to x-rays is dynamically controlled and optimized in real-time in order to provide the optimum diagnostic information. The arrangement splits the imaging beam into two separate fan beams that scan over the object in a single pass, where the first beam (scout) collects information from the object, that is analyzed to control the intensity or spectral quality or spatial distribution of the second beam (I-ImaS). The CMOS image sensors deployed in the arrangement are able to process detected information either on-chip or within a field programmable gate array, so as to compute a measure related to the diagnostic value of the information.
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