Description and evaluation of a system for high-speed, three-dimensional computed tomography of the body

The dynamic spatial reconstructor

Richard A. Robb, Barry Kent Gilbert

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Abstract

High temporal resolution, full three-dimensional imaging of the heart and circulation is required for accurate basic physiological studies of the structural-to-functional relationships of these organ systems, and for improved diagnostic evaluation and treatment of patients with cardiac and/or circulatory disorders. Current diagnostic imaging techniques and systems, including x-ray computed tomography (CT) (1, 2), do not provide accurate measurements of the true dynamic changes in shape and dimensions of the intact heart over its entire anatomic extent, or for accurate measurement of the regional distribution of blood flow to, from, and within the heart, or any other organ of the body.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages427-436
Number of pages10
DOIs
StatePublished - May 19 1980
Event1980 National Computer Conference, AFIPS 1980 - Anaheim, United States
Duration: May 19 1980May 22 1980

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Other1980 National Computer Conference, AFIPS 1980
CountryUnited States
CityAnaheim
Period5/19/805/22/80

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Description and evaluation of a system for high-speed, three-dimensional computed tomography of the body : The dynamic spatial reconstructor. / Robb, Richard A.; Gilbert, Barry Kent.

1980. 427-436 Paper presented at 1980 National Computer Conference, AFIPS 1980, Anaheim, United States.

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Robb, RA & Gilbert, BK 1980, 'Description and evaluation of a system for high-speed, three-dimensional computed tomography of the body: The dynamic spatial reconstructor' Paper presented at 1980 National Computer Conference, AFIPS 1980, Anaheim, United States, 5/19/80 - 5/22/80, pp. 427-436. https://doi.org/10.1145/1500518.1500586
Robb, Richard A. ; Gilbert, Barry Kent. / Description and evaluation of a system for high-speed, three-dimensional computed tomography of the body : The dynamic spatial reconstructor. Paper presented at 1980 National Computer Conference, AFIPS 1980, Anaheim, United States.10 p.
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