CT Image Reconstruction
As CT scanners continue to provide valuable diagnostic insights, medical institutions are looking for ways to increase efficiency while decreasing radiation dose and logistical frustrations. CT is the benchmark for tomographic medical imaging, so Analogic continues to provide state of the art CT technology to its OEM partners.
Diagnostic accuracy depends on the quality of reconstructed images. Analogic’s reconstruction algorithms provide high contrast and spatial resolution without increasing the time spent scanning. These machines can process raw data at lower radiation doses, and healthcare institutions feel less pressure on in-house resources for data acquisition.
CT Image Reconstruction from Analogic
Analogic has extensive experience with computed tomography (CT) image reconstruction hardware and software. Our hardware capabilities include multi-core CPU and next-generation GPU platforms. We’ve implemented numerous state of the art reconstruction algorithms for a variety of medical and security applications, including:
- Calibration and correction
- 2D and 3D reconstruction
- Variable pitch helical reconstruction
- Cardiac image processing
- Flying focal spot
- Artifact reduction
- Axial and helical scan modes
- Software-based radiation dose reduction methods
Analogic supplies the future of x-ray computed tomography and multi-slice image reconstruction through better, faster denoising, iterative algorithms, and projection data. We’re leading the way for the next generation of CT systems and tomographic imaging.
Why Use Analogic’s CT Image Reconstruction
Our clinical knowledge, image-quality experience, and beamline integration capabilities have allowed us to meet the most demanding imaging requirements. Healthcare institutions are now able to manipulate large numbers of datasets that result from advanced CT scanning operations using Analogic’s state of the art image reconstruction methods.
Continued advancements in high-speed computing and graphics, like those used in gaming applications, are now being applied to CT reconstruction to optimize performance and speed, driving down costs. CT imaging is enjoying a renaissance thanks to these technologies.
We’re continuing to innovate in the reconstruction methods of x-ray CT scans, providing a faster reconstruction process at more comfort to the patient. Our iterative reconstruction algorithms provide high-quality imaging, and we are looking towards the future of faster, more accurate reconstruction techniques.