THREE-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION AND DISPLAY OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY MULTIPLANAR X-RAY SCANNING VIDEODENSITOMETRY.

Richard Robb, Erik Ritman, Earl H. Wood

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Abstract

The paper describes a special high performance computer-based roentgen fluoroscopic image-intensifier closed-circuit television system, plus videotape and video disc simultaneous multiplanar image and multichannel analog data recording assemblies which have made it possible to obtain dynamic anatomic and synchronous multiparameter physiologic functional data in electronic form. Moreover, the simultaneous development of computer-controlled, on-line data acquisition and analysis systems (especially a high-speed, high-fidelity analog-to-digital converter-computer interface system) has made it possible to capture and input these very high data rates and large volumes of information into the computer for application of continuously evolving image enhancement, subtraction, reconstruction and operator-interactive dynamic display techniques. In particular, this system has made possible development of techniques for determination of the dynamic spatial distribution of roentgen densities in the intact thorax, from which high spatial and temporal resolution measurements of the dynamic changes in regional shape, dimensions and perfusion of the heart and lungs can be obtained.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSPIE Semin Proc
Pages183-194
Number of pages12
Volume72
StatePublished - 1975
Externally publishedYes
EventCardiovasc Imaging and Image Process, Theory and Pract $-$ 1975 - Stanford, CA, USA
Duration: Jul 10 1975Jul 12 1975

Other

OtherCardiovasc Imaging and Image Process, Theory and Pract $-$ 1975
CityStanford, CA, USA
Period7/10/757/12/75

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Display devices
Scanning
X rays
Closed circuit television systems
Data recording
Image enhancement
Digital to analog conversion
Spatial distribution
Interfaces (computer)
Data acquisition

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Robb, R., Ritman, E., & Wood, E. H. (1975). THREE-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION AND DISPLAY OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY MULTIPLANAR X-RAY SCANNING VIDEODENSITOMETRY. In SPIE Semin Proc (Vol. 72, pp. 183-194)

THREE-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION AND DISPLAY OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY MULTIPLANAR X-RAY SCANNING VIDEODENSITOMETRY. / Robb, Richard; Ritman, Erik; Wood, Earl H.

SPIE Semin Proc. Vol. 72 1975. p. 183-194.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Robb, R, Ritman, E & Wood, EH 1975, THREE-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION AND DISPLAY OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY MULTIPLANAR X-RAY SCANNING VIDEODENSITOMETRY. in SPIE Semin Proc. vol. 72, pp. 183-194, Cardiovasc Imaging and Image Process, Theory and Pract $-$ 1975, Stanford, CA, USA, 7/10/75.
Robb, Richard ; Ritman, Erik ; Wood, Earl H. / THREE-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION AND DISPLAY OF THE HEART, LUNGS AND CIRCULATION BY MULTIPLANAR X-RAY SCANNING VIDEODENSITOMETRY. SPIE Semin Proc. Vol. 72 1975. pp. 183-194
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