Friday, March 07, 2014

Photon Counting Imaging for CT

American Association of Physicists in Medicine published a video lecture on photon-counting detectors in dual energy CT imaging and image quality on clinical CT applications. No embedding is allowed, one can watch it only on Vimeo site.

1 comment:

  1. Not to be confused with photoelectron counting.... These are X-ray photons that generate huge numbers of photoelectrons for each photon. Using the size of the cloud to estimate the photon energy is well known (see IISW talks, for example) but clinical applications of "two color" scanners are interesting.


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