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2021 AAPM Virtual 63rd Annual Meeting - Session: New Technologies and Image Reconstruction in CT and CBCT

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JACK FOWLER EARLY-CAREER INVESTIGATOR COMPETITION WINNER: Imaging From the Cervical to the Lumbar Spine with a Continuous Multi-Turn Reverse Helical 3D Cone-Beam CT Scan
Tess Reynolds University of Sydney

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Estimating Ischemic Core Volume with Four Dynamic Images in CT Perfusion - Kevin Chung
Intraoperative Cone-Beam CT Image Quality and Dose with a Slot Collimator On the O-Arm - Xiaoxuan Zhang Johns Hopkins University, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Ordered Subsets PWLS Reconstruction of Multi-Layer Detector MV-CBCT Data Using TIGRE - Matthew Jacobson Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Reconstructing Dual KV Data Using the COSSCIR “One-Step” Direct Inversion Algorithm - Benjamin Rizzo Marquette University
Weight-Bearing C-Arm Cone-Beam CT Using a Dynamic Range Reducer (DyRaR): Initial Prototype and Phantom Studies - Nathaniel Bennett Stanford University
Simultaneous Analytical Image Reconstruction and Material Decomposition Denoising in Single-Scan Dual-Energy Cone-Beam CT Using Dual Energy Vectorization and Joint Bilateral Filtering - Xiao Jiang University of Science and Technology of China
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