QUANTITATIVE IMAGING OF DYNAMIC STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY COMPUTERIZED RECONSTRUCTION AND SUBTRACTION TECHNIQUES.

Richard A. Robb, Erik L. Ritman, James F Greenleaf, Ralph E. Sturm, Gobor T. Herman, Peter A. Chevalier, Hsum K. Liu, Earl H. Wood

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Abstract

This paper describes method for obtaining images of the dynamic spatial distribution of x-ray attenuation throughout multiple parallel cross-sectional planes bisecting the intact thorax, with 1-mm spatial resolution and 60-per-second temporal resolution, and for generating time delay video and cine displays of the spatial and temporal sequences of these cross-sectional images demonstrate the feasibility for development of a third generation CT scanner, based on the same principles, which would be 500 times faster than current prototype whole-body scanners.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
Place of PublicationNew York, NY
PublisherACM (SIGGRAPH Q Rep $-$ Comput Graphics v 10 n 2 Summer 1976)
Pages246-256
Number of pages11
StatePublished - 1976
EventProc of Annu Conf on Comput Graphics, Interact Tech, and Image Process (SIGGRAPH '76), 3rd - Philadelphia, PA, USA
Duration: Jul 14 1976Jul 16 1976

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OtherProc of Annu Conf on Comput Graphics, Interact Tech, and Image Process (SIGGRAPH '76), 3rd
CityPhiladelphia, PA, USA
Period7/14/767/16/76

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Spatial distribution
Time delay
Display devices
Imaging techniques
X rays

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  • Engineering(all)

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Robb, R. A., Ritman, E. L., Greenleaf, J. F., Sturm, R. E., Herman, G. T., Chevalier, P. A., ... Wood, E. H. (1976). QUANTITATIVE IMAGING OF DYNAMIC STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY COMPUTERIZED RECONSTRUCTION AND SUBTRACTION TECHNIQUES. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 246-256). New York, NY: ACM (SIGGRAPH Q Rep $-$ Comput Graphics v 10 n 2 Summer 1976).

QUANTITATIVE IMAGING OF DYNAMIC STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY COMPUTERIZED RECONSTRUCTION AND SUBTRACTION TECHNIQUES. / Robb, Richard A.; Ritman, Erik L.; Greenleaf, James F; Sturm, Ralph E.; Herman, Gobor T.; Chevalier, Peter A.; Liu, Hsum K.; Wood, Earl H.

Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, NY : ACM (SIGGRAPH Q Rep $-$ Comput Graphics v 10 n 2 Summer 1976), 1976. p. 246-256.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Robb, RA, Ritman, EL, Greenleaf, JF, Sturm, RE, Herman, GT, Chevalier, PA, Liu, HK & Wood, EH 1976, QUANTITATIVE IMAGING OF DYNAMIC STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY COMPUTERIZED RECONSTRUCTION AND SUBTRACTION TECHNIQUES. in Unknown Host Publication Title. ACM (SIGGRAPH Q Rep $-$ Comput Graphics v 10 n 2 Summer 1976), New York, NY, pp. 246-256, Proc of Annu Conf on Comput Graphics, Interact Tech, and Image Process (SIGGRAPH '76), 3rd, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 7/14/76.
Robb RA, Ritman EL, Greenleaf JF, Sturm RE, Herman GT, Chevalier PA et al. QUANTITATIVE IMAGING OF DYNAMIC STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY COMPUTERIZED RECONSTRUCTION AND SUBTRACTION TECHNIQUES. In Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, NY: ACM (SIGGRAPH Q Rep $-$ Comput Graphics v 10 n 2 Summer 1976). 1976. p. 246-256
Robb, Richard A. ; Ritman, Erik L. ; Greenleaf, James F ; Sturm, Ralph E. ; Herman, Gobor T. ; Chevalier, Peter A. ; Liu, Hsum K. ; Wood, Earl H. / QUANTITATIVE IMAGING OF DYNAMIC STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY COMPUTERIZED RECONSTRUCTION AND SUBTRACTION TECHNIQUES. Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, NY : ACM (SIGGRAPH Q Rep $-$ Comput Graphics v 10 n 2 Summer 1976), 1976. pp. 246-256
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