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ECR 2006 / B-652
The sensitive and accurate de-convolution technique to correct for the "penumbral-spread" effect in CT, MR and DF
Congress: ECR 2006
Poster No.: B-652
Type: Scientific Paper
Topic: Physics in Radiology
Authors: K. M. Chui1, S. L. Chui2, D. B. Stanfield3; 1Uxbridge/UK, 2Redditch/UK, 3St. Albans/UK

Conclusion

The ERF-blurring or ”penumbral-spread” can not be overcome by current digital enhancement. This deconvolution technique permits sensitive and accurate edge-profile detection and enhancement to overcome the "penumbral-spread" problem. As a result, the definitive method to make accurate quantitative measurements in radiology may have been found. Potential applications are in radiological diagnosis, oncological response, microsurgery, and radiotherapy treatment planning.

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