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X-ray CT goes quantitative

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Conventional X-ray CT has garnered great popularity for a broad range of clinical imaging applications. Recent advances in hardware development towards energy-resolved X-ray CT, also referred to as spectral CT, have unlocked a new dimension of X-ray CT imaging. In particular, K-edge CT can be used to selectively and quantitatively image contrast agents loaded with so called K-edge materials. In this talk, this emerging imaging technique is introduced and the task of image reconstruction in spectral CT is discussed.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Image Analysis Seminars series.

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