sinogram


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sinogram

(sī′nō-grăm″) [L. sinus, curve, + Gr. gramma, something written]
A radiograph of a sinus tract filled with a radiopaque contrast medium to determine the range and course of the tract.
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[N.sup.(rel).sub.phot] = 0 means no scatter corrections were applied in either the creation of the sinogram or its reconstruction.
We acquired the sinogram data of Helios QA phantom using BodyTom CT scanner (NeuroLogica Inc., Danvers, MA), moving the phantom 6 mm, 47 mm, 79 mm, 127 mm, and 171 mm from the isocenter.
A set of raster-scan measurements with a sample resolution of 35-75 [micro]m was collected for each [theta] and the injector was rotated, producing a time-resolved projected density sinogram in a singley-plane, as shown in Fig.
As mentioned previously, a sinogram implementation is of interest since it more closely simulates 3D PET image formation processes compared to the image-space implementation and it provides the other advantages noted above.
Both configurations of the SOMATOM Perspective feature the SAFIRE (sinogram affirmed iterative reconstruction) algorithm, helps user reduce radiation dose.
Dakin's solution was replaced by normal saline if the patient had PFC pancreatic duct or enteral communication diagnosed by catheter sinogram. Catheter revision followed evaluation of the patients' clinical condition and IGPD imaging evaluation regarding PFCs evacuation.
We also reported an experimental study that used FOPMD for sinogram restoration of low-dosed computed tomography (LDCT) based on fully spatial FOPMD using GL definition [8].
The PET image results from reconstructing very noisy, low resolution raw data, that is, the sinogram, in which important features are shaped as curved structures.
Sinogram was done which showed a dilated cavity resembling urinary bladder with grade 4 vesico-ureteric reflux and reflux in both fallopian tubes (Figure-2).
The company's computed tomography (CT) iterative reconstruction algorithm SAFIRE, which stands for Sinogram Affirmed Iterative Reconstruction, received FDA clearance.