SU-E-I-58: Detecting Tumors with Extremely Low Contrast in CT Images.

@article{Sheng2014SUEI58DT,
  title={SU-E-I-58: Detecting Tumors with Extremely Low Contrast in CT Images.},
  author={Ke K Sheng and Shuiping Gou and Patrick A. Kupelian and M Steiberg and Daniel A. Low},
  journal={Medical physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={41 6},
  pages={143}
}
PURPOSE Tumors such as the prostate focal lesions and the brain metastases have extremely low CT contrast and MRI is usually used for target delineation. The target contours are propagated to the CT for treatment planning and patient positioning. We have employed an advanced denoising method eliminating the noise and allow magnification of subtle contrast… CONTINUE READING