Metal artifact correction for x-ray computed tomography using kV and selective MV imaging.

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PURPOSE The overall goal of this work is to improve the computed tomography (CT) image quality for patients with metal implants or fillings by completing the missing kilovoltage (kV) projection data with selectively acquired megavoltage (MV) data that do not suffer from photon starvation. When both of these imaging systems, which are available on current… (More)
DOI: 10.1118/1.4901551

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@article{Wu2014MetalAC, title={Metal artifact correction for x-ray computed tomography using kV and selective MV imaging.}, author={Meng Wu and Andreas Keil and Dragoş Eugeniu Constantin and Josh Star-Lack and Lei Zhu and Rebecca Fahrig}, journal={Medical physics}, year={2014}, volume={41 12}, pages={121910} }