Original paper

Effects of Detector Sampling on Noise Reduction in Clinical Photon-Counting Whole-Body Computed Tomography

Volume: 55, Issue: 2, Pages: 111 - 119
Published: Dec 5, 2019
Abstract
Objectives Reconstructing images from measurements with small pixels below the system's resolution limit theoretically results in image noise reduction compared with measurements with larger pixels. We evaluate and quantify this effect using data acquired with the small pixels of a photon-counting (PC) computed tomography scanner that can be operated in different detector pixel binning modes and with a conventional energy-integrating (EI)...
Paper Details
Title
Effects of Detector Sampling on Noise Reduction in Clinical Photon-Counting Whole-Body Computed Tomography
Published Date
Dec 5, 2019
Volume
55
Issue
2
Pages
111 - 119
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