This program covers novel reconstruction and processing methods that are used to improve image quality and lower the dose to the patient.
By the end of this program, the participant should be able to:
1. Differentiate between several different iterative reconstruction methods.
2. Discuss the advantages of dynamic CT angiography/perfusion studies.
3. Explain spectral imaging techniques.
4. Recognize the imaging advantages of material decomposition imaging.
This course is open for all. However, participants are suggested to complete ""CT: Basic Principles and Concepts of CT Imaging"" course before taking up this course.
- Introduction to Advanced Techniques
- Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction (ASIR)
- Model Based Iterative Reconstruction
- Time Resolved CT Angiography
- Spectral CT Imaging
- Material Decomposition Imaging