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Metal Artifact Reduction for Orthopedic Implants (O-MAR)
This white paper provides an overview of Philips algorithm to mitigate artifacts caused by metal objects in CT images, its usability and a quantitative analysis of its application for images.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Jan 08, 2012
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Views: 40502
In vivo chemistry for pre-targeted tumor imaging and therapy in mice
This white paper, originally published in Medica Mundi, explores in vivo chemistry for pre-targeted imaging and therapy in mice.
SPECT/CTWhite Paper
By: Philips NM Clinical Science
On: Oct 25, 2010
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(4)
Views: 40058
Development of CT imaging
This technology story traces the development of CT imaging from the first research conducted by J.H. Radon to the introduction of the Brilliance CT 64-channel configuration.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Marketing
On: Nov 07, 2006
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Views: 36457
Considerations in cardiac CT: Understanding temporal resolution and rotation speed for improved cardiac imaging
This white paper provides information on how temporal resolution and rotation speeds improve cardiac imaging.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Apr 04, 2007
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Views: 34310
Liver volumetry fidelity of a fully-automated, post-processing solution for whole organ segmentation based on MDCT imaging
This white paper evaluates the fidelity of a post-processing solution for whole-liver segmentation based on MDCT image datasets.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Mar 10, 2014
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Views: 29348
Back to CT basics: Why 100 kVp?
This white paper explores theories behind kVp selection and ways to reduce radiation dose.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Mar 02, 2010
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Views: 21930
Enabling high quality, low dose myocardial perfusion imaging for nuclear cardiology
This BrightView XCT white paper describes the technical developments that Philips has made to advance nuclear cardiology by improving diagnostic accuracy, improving department efficiency, and reducing the radiation dose that patients receive.
SPECT/CTWhite Paper
By: Philips NM Clinical Science
On: Jan 25, 2012
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Views: 19183
Solenoid Technology RF coils in Panorama 1.0T
RF coils using Solenoid Technology (ST) afford better signal-to-noise ratio, patient comfort and anatomical coverage in a vertical magnetic field – such as in the Panorama 1.0T system – than traditional surface coils operating in the horizontal fields of cylindrical higher field systems.
MRIWhite Paper
By: Gijsbers, Ellen
On: Apr 20, 2006
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Views: 14572
DRIVE: shorter scan time, brighter fluid
A DRIVE or driven equilibrium pulse helps fluids to relax faster, so that the TR can be shortened, and scan time decreased.
MRIWhite Paper
By: Janssen, Karen
On: Mar 18, 2005
Rating:
(7)
Views: 12895
CT colonography in the detection of polyps
This white paper, originally published in Philips' "OncoSolutions," explores how using images to reconstruct the inner wall of the colon mimics the view though an endoscope.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Jul 19, 2010
Rating:
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Views: 12173
Volume Intensity Projection - a new post-processing technique for evaluating CTA
This white paper demonstrates the added visual detail and clarity provided by Volume Intensity Projection post processing.
CTWhite Paper
By: Neuman, Joel, Dr., M.D.
On: Nov 21, 2005
Rating:
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Views: 12137
A calibration for non-linear artifact reduction: EVOEye
This white paper presents a method to directly calibrate raw data based on the traditional water-equivalent X-ray polychromatic correction method.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Jan 05, 2012
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Views: 11932
mDIXON is developed to simplify and accelerate liver MRI
The mDIXON sequence is developed to provide four image types in one breath hold: water and fat images, as well as in-phase and opposed-phase images.
MRIWhite Paper
By: Hussain, Shahid, Prof., M.D., Ph.D.
On: Jun 23, 2011
Rating:
(2)
Views: 11567
Liver volumetry performance of a fully-automated, post-processing solution for a whole-organ and lobar segmentation based on MDCT imaging
This white paper evaluates a post-processing solution for whole-liver and dual-seed lobar segmentation assessing whether fully-automated whole-liver and dual-seed lobar segmentation can be achieved with high precision.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Mar 12, 2014
Rating:
(2)
Views: 11139
Cardiac misalignment recognition and correction of artifacts using PET/CT systems
This white paper describes common sources for PET and CT misalignment seen in PET myordial imaging and provides methodology for correction.
PET/CTWhite Paper
By: PET/CT Marketing
On: Apr 21, 2010
Rating:
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Views: 10747
SPECT image quality improvement with Astonish software
This white paper on the Astonish reconstruction algorithm illustrates the application of Astonish to bone, brain, and cardiac SPECT imaging to improve image resolution and reduce background noise.
SPECT/CTWhite Paper
By: Philips NM Clinical Science
On: Apr 28, 2010
Rating:
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Views: 9456
Resolution recovery in the Ingenuity TF PET/CT
This white paper discusses the implementation and usage of the PSF algorithm in the Ingenuity TF PET/CT. PSF corrects for partial volume effects in PET images, improving the visualization and quantification of structures.
PET/CTWhite Paper
By: Philips NM Clinical Science
On: Nov 04, 2013
Rating:
(4)
Views: 9402
Parallel imaging pioneer Philips continues leadership in fast MRI
SENSE has resulted in unprecedented reductions in scan time and advances in image quality. In addition, SENSE has opened up completely new applications.
MRIWhite Paper
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Feb 02, 2005
Rating:
(1)
Views: 9112
ProSet: suppress fat or water
The ProSet technique exploits the difference in resonance ferquencies of water and fat to suppress one of both signals.
MRIWhite Paper
By: Janssen, Karen
On: Mar 01, 2005
Rating:
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Views: 9015
pCASL for highly sensitive non-contrast brain perfusion
pCASL (Pseudo-Continuous Arterial Spin Labeling) is designed to provide high performance brain perfusion imaging at 1.5T and 3.0T without using contrast agent.
MRIWhite Paper
By: van de Ven, Kim, Ph.D.
On: Oct 08, 2013
Rating:
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Views: 8736
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