helical scanning


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helical scanning

Spiral computed tomography, see there.
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Micro-CT with helical scanning for distortion-free data acquisition and artefact-free reconstruction algorithms provides images without blurring, even for planar structures in all directions.
The SkyScan 1276 also is the world's first in vivo microCT system with rapid helical scanning, and with unique InstaRecon technology to reconstruct images up to 8000x8000 pixels per slice, faster than any other conventional algorithm.
Reconstruction thickness was 5 mm and reconstruction interval 5 mm; and helical scanning was performed during a single breath- hold period.
* A tangential approach without a stop and go, as well as circular or helical scanning.
Reconstruction thickness was 5 mm and reconstruction interval, 5 mm; and helical scanning was performed during a single breathhold period.
Toshiba America Medical Systems (Tustin, CA) introduced 160-detectorrow helical scanning, which is the helical scan mode with the largest number of detector rows.