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6 May 2004 Ghosting comparison for large-area selenium detectors suitable for mammography and general radiography
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In this paper, two new selenium large area detectors are introduced. The first detector is a 24x30cm detector suitable for full-field digital mammography applications. The second detector is a new 43x43cm detector for general radiographic applications. Both detectors are capable of static and dynamic imaging, and are quantum noise limited over the exposure ranges intended for their typical use. For static imaging applications, ghost and lag were compared on both detectors, and no measurable artefacts were reported. On dynamic imaging sequences, lag was shown to be significant on both detectors, and a method for reducing the artifact due to lag was presented.
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Vincent Loustauneau, Michel Bissonnette, Sebastien Cadieux, Marc Hansroul, Eric Masson, Serge Savard, and Brad T. Polischuk "Ghosting comparison for large-area selenium detectors suitable for mammography and general radiography", Proc. SPIE 5368, Medical Imaging 2004: Physics of Medical Imaging, (6 May 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.535812
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