D. Miles

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PURPOSE In optical-CT, the use of a refractively matched polyurethane solid-tank in place of a fluid bath has the potential to greatly increase practical convenience, reduce cost, and possibly improve the efficacy of flood corrections. This work investigates the feasibility of solid-tank optical-CT imaging for 3D dosimetry through computer simulation. (More)
PURPOSE In vivo, the ophthalmic dye rose bengal displays profound antiviral effects against herpes simplex virus (HSV)-1, thus limiting its utility in diagnosis of epithelial keratitis when used before viral culture is performed. In contrast, lissamine green B does not possess significant antiviral activity in vivo. To determine whether polymerase chain(More)
MR imaging has found a place in the imaging sciences. These images are unique in that no ionizing radiation is used, the same tissues may or may not have different appearances with different machine settings, a unique set of terms is used to describe the findings in the images, and these findings can be analyzed with the view of obtaining more diagnostic(More)
Perchloric acid (70%) was used to create simulated periapical lesions in tooth sockets of 15 dentate cadaver jaw specimens. Using the Trophy USA direct digital radiographic system, linear images were captured at selected time intervals after initial acid application and altered by contrast reversal, pseudocolor enhancement, and two forms of histogram(More)
The information yield from two rare-earth screen-film combinations, Lanex Regular/T-Mat G (TMG) and Lanex regular/Ortho L (OL) has been compared with that from a conventional calcium-tungstate combination, X-Omatic regular/RP X-Omat (XRP), by means of perceptibility curves generated from an aluminum test object. The TMG and OL systems were faster than the(More)
A radiolucency resembling a foramen was observed on a number of panoramic radiographs in the upper ramus just below and slightly anterior to the sigmoid notch. The radiolucency may be unilateral or bilateral and does not correspond to the location of any known major foramina in this region. Eighty-eight skulls with mandibles were examined, and(More)
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