26 August 2016 Design for a coherent-scatter imaging system compatible with screening mammography
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Abstract
A system using a wide-slot beam and simple antiscatter grids or slots has been designed to provide a localized map of tissue type that could be overlaid on the simultaneous conventional transmission image to provide an inexpensive, low dose adjunct to conventional screening mammography. Depth information is obtainable from the stereoscopic viewing angles. The system was demonstrated to produce observable contrast between adipose tissue and a phantom chosen to mimic carcinoma at an exposure comparable with screening mammography. Imaging data was collected over a range of system parameters to optimize contrast and to allow verification of simulation modeling.
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Katie Kern, Lubna Peerzada, Laila Hassan, Carolyn MacDonald, "Design for a coherent-scatter imaging system compatible with screening mammography," Journal of Medical Imaging 3(3), 030501 (26 August 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JMI.3.3.030501 . Submission:
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