ANATOMY

ANATOMY

  • CT FLUOROSCOPY

    INTRODUCTION CT fluoroscopy, or continuous imaging, depends on spiral/helical data acquisition methods, high-speed processing, and a fast image-processing algorithm for image reconstruction. In conventional CT, the time lag between data acquisition and image reconstruction makes real-time display of images impossible. CT fluoroscopy allows for the reconstruction and display of images in real-time with variable frame rates. CT fluoroscopy combines the cross-sectional image targeting provided by CT with the real-time imaging, tracking and movement perception of fluoroscopy for interventional procedures. It allows continuous update of images at a fixed position and is commonly used for CT-guided biopsies and fluid drainages. The Fluoro…

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