Image Quality in Children with Low-Radiation Chest CT Using Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction and Model-Based Iterative Reconstruction

@inproceedings{Sun2014ImageQI,
  title={Image Quality in Children with Low-Radiation Chest CT Using Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction and Model-Based Iterative Reconstruction},
  author={Jihang Sun and Yun Peng and Xiaomin Duan and Tong Yu and Qifeng Zhang and Yong Liu and Di Hu},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate noise reduction and image quality improvement in low-radiation dose chest CT images in children using adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction (ASIR) and a full model-based iterative reconstruction (MBIR) algorithm. METHODS Forty-five children (age ranging from 28 days to 6 years, median of 1.8 years) who received low-dose chest CT scans were included. Age-dependent noise index (NI) was used for acquisition. Images were retrospectively reconstructed using three… CONTINUE READING

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