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The presence of high-density objects remains an open problem in medical CT imaging. Data of projections passing through objects of high density, such as metal implants, are dominated by noise and are highly affected by beam hardening and scatter. Reconstructed images become less diagnostically conclusive because of pronounced artifacts that manifest as dark(More)
BACKGROUND Climatic or chronic actinic keratopathy is an important corneal degeneration occurring after prolonged climatic exposure. The advanced stages of disease are confined generally to tropical or arid localities (including the Arctic) with high levels of sunlight. After many years of disease evolution, the advent of stage 3 keratopathy often presages(More)
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