16 May 1983 Clinical Image Subtraction Using Liquid Crystal Light Valves (LCLVs)
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This paper describes a device capable of image processing, including subtraction using LCLV's and discusses its feasibilty as a clinical image processor. Intensity subtraction may be accomplished by the superimposition of two image; one a negative, and one a positive. The negative and positive images necessary for subtraction are produced by the LCLVs . It is also possible to perform " color subtraction " in which the difference image is represented as a pseudo-color distribution. Other image " operators " and their applications are discussed.
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W. A. Airth-Kindree, W. A. Airth-Kindree, P. Ransom, P. Ransom, A. B. Baskin, A. B. Baskin, } "Clinical Image Subtraction Using Liquid Crystal Light Valves (LCLVs)", Proc. SPIE 0418, Picture Archiving and Communication Systems, (16 May 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.935987; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.935987

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