Show simple item record MIROSHNYCHENKO, S. MOTOLYHA, O. NEVGASYMYI, A. SENCHUROV, S. ZABASHTA, Y. 2019-10-23T08:58:46Z 2019-10-23T08:58:46Z 2016
dc.identifier.citation MIROSHNYCHENKO, S., MOTOLYHA, O., NEVGASYMYI, A., SENCHUROV, S., ZABASHTA, Y. Thomosynthesis parameters tune-up. In: Health Technology Management. Book of abstracts: proc. of the 3rd intern. conf., October 6-17, 2016. Chişinău, 2016, p. 49. ISBN 978-9975-51-774-4 en_US
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9975-51-774-4
dc.description Abstract en_US
dc.description.abstract Digital tomosynthesis is the procedure of digital reconstruction of object internal structure from the set of X-ray projection images [1]. Reconstruction algorithms in tomosynthesis are very similar to algorithms used in CT and include shift-and-add, filtered backprojection, algebraic methods and MLEM. The principal difference between CT and tomosynthesis is that tomosyntesis uses only a limited angular subset of projection images for reconstruction, typically 30°...90°, whereas CT uses projections taken from every side of the imaged object – 180°. Another difference is that to succeed in tomosynthesis technology one needs a high-speed dynamic digital flat x-ray detector. This makes tomosynthesis similar to cone-beam computed tomography. The simplicity of techological implementation allows to introduce it into x-ray laminography equipment, also known as classical tomography. Very promising health technology is mammographic tomosynthesis. en_US
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dc.publisher Tehnica UTM en_US
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dc.subject digital tomosynthesis en_US
dc.subject investigation en_US
dc.title Thomosynthesis parameters tune-up en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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