Artifacts at Cardiac CT: Physics and Solutions.

@article{Kalisz2016ArtifactsAC,
  title={Artifacts at Cardiac CT: Physics and Solutions.},
  author={K Kalisz and J Buethe and Sachin Shyamsunder Saboo and Suhny Abbara and Sandra S. Halliburton and Prabhakar Rajiah},
  journal={Radiographics : a review publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc},
  year={2016},
  volume={36 7},
  pages={2064-2083}
}
Computed tomography is vulnerable to a wide variety of artifacts, including patient- and technique-specific artifacts, some of which are unique to imaging of the heart. Motion is the most common source of artifacts and can be caused by patient, cardiac, or respiratory motion. Cardiac motion artifacts can be reduced by decreasing the heart rate and variability and the duration of data acquisition; adjusting the placement of the data window within a cardiac cycle; performing single-heartbeat… CONTINUE READING
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