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Artefacts in CBCT: a review


July 7, 2011
by ken

Artefacts are common in today’s cone beam CT (CBCT). They are induced by discrepancies
between the mathematical modelling and the actual physical imaging process. Since artefacts may interfere with the diagnostic process performed on CBCT data sets, every user should be aware of their presence. This article aims to discuss the most prominent artefacts identified in the scientific literature and review the existing knowledge on these artefacts. We also briefly review the basic three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction concept applied by today’s CBCT scanners, as all artefacts are more or less directly related to it.
Dentomaxillofacial Radiology (2011) 40, 265-273.
Full article available for download at https://public.me.com/ken.serota160 – Title artefacts in cbct a review.pdf
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