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Computed Tomography

Physics and Technology. A Self Assessment Guide

Seeram, Euclid


2. Auflage August 2022
160 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-81932-5
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In the newly updated second edition of Computed Tomography: Physics and Technology A Self Assessment Guide, distinguished computed tomography (CT) educator Euclid Seeram delivers a completely revised and expanded collection of multiple-choice questions covering all relevant technological advances, including the use of artificial intelligence, in the field of CT. In the book, readers will find a focused emphasis on physics and technology -- an area where students of this discipline have traditionally struggled.

The questions are presented in a format similar to those found on the certification examinations of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT), and other professional medical imaging organizations around the world. The author has also included true-false questions, short answer questions, and relevant learning outcomes to aid students in their study of the subject.

Readers will also find brief notes on:
* An introduction to computed tomography, including an overview of the field and a historical perspective
* Digital image processing and the physics of computed tomography
* Data acquisition principles and technology and image reconstruction fundamentals
* Deep learning image reconstruction, the major equipment components of a computed tomography scanner, and image post-processing and visualization
* Multislice CT: Principles and Technology
* Image quality considerations
* CT Dosimetry and dose optimization strategies
* Quality control

Perfect for radiological technology and diagnostic radiography students and practitioners, Computed Tomography: Physics and Technology A Self Assessment Guide, will also earn a place in the libraries of biomedical engineering students and radiology residents in training.



Chapter 1: Computed Tomography (CT): Pioneering Work and Technical Overview

Chapter 2: Data Acquisition Principles

Chapter 3: X-Ray Tubes and Generator Technologies

Chapter 4: Radiation Attenuation in CT: Essential Physics

Chapter 5: CT Detector Technology - Fundamentals

Chapter 6: Image Reconstruction in CT: Basic Principles

Chapter 7: CT Image Display, Storage, Communications, and Image Postprocessing

Chapter 8: Multi-Slice CT: Fundamental Principles

Chapter 9: Image Quality in CT

Chapter 10: Dose Optimization in CT

Chapter 11: CT Quality Control for Technologists/Radiographers

Chapter 12: Practice CT Examination: Physics and Technology


Appendix A: Answers to CT Practice Examination: Physics and Technology

Euclid Seeram is Adjunct Associate Professor; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Monash University, Australia | Adjunct Professor; Faculty of Science; Charles Sturt University, Australia | Adjunct Professor; Medical Radiation Sciences, Faculty of Health; University of Canberra; Australia.

E. Seeram, British Columbia Institute of Technology Medical Imaging, School of Health Sciences, Canada