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Multislice helical CT: image temporal resolution

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3 Author(s)
Hui Hu ; ImagingTech Inc., Waukesha, WI, USA ; Tinsu Pan ; Yun Shen

A multislice helical computed tomography (CT) half-scan (HS) reconstruction algorithm is proposed for cardiac applications. The imaging performances (in terms of the temporal resolution, z-axis resolution, image noise, and image artifacts) of the HS algorithm are compared to the existing algorithms using theoretical models and clinical data. A theoretical model of the temporal resolution performance (in terms of the temporal sensitivity profile) is established for helical CT, in general, i.e., for any number of detector rows and any reconstruction algorithm used. It is concluded that the HS reconstruction results in improved image temporal resolution than the corresponding 180° LI (linear interpolation) reconstruction and is more immune to the inconsistent data problem induced by cardiac motions. The temporal resolution of multislice helical CT with the HS algorithm is comparable to that of single-slice helical CT with the HS algorithm. In practice, the 180° LI and HS-LI algorithms can be used in parallel to generate two image sets from the same scan acquisition, one (180° LI) for improved z-resolution and noises, and the other (HS-LI) for improved image temporal resolution.

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Medical Imaging, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

May 2000

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