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Cone-beam CT is now prevalent in applications requiring high-resolution visualization of high-contrast bone, including dental-maxillofacial imaging and image-guided orthopaedic surgery. Emerging 3D image reconstruction methods propel capability further with respect to soft-tissue structures, addressing conventionally confounding factors of x-ray scatter, patient motion, and image noise. Optimization-based image reconstruction overcomes conventional noise-resolution tradeoffs and demonstrates image quality consistent with soft-tissue visualization in musculoskeletal imaging, imaging of acute intracranial hemorrhage, and image-guided interventions targeting soft-tissue lesions.
This presentation is part of Minisymposium “MS58 - Instruments and techniques for biomedical research (2 parts)”
organized by: Alberto Leardini (Laboratory of Movement Analysis and Functional-Clinical Evaluation of Prosthesis, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, Bologna) .