Spectral detector-based computed tomography: A vision for better diagnosis and patient care
6 days ago
Computed tomography (CT) imaging has played an instrumental role in assisting clinical diagnosis since its introduction in 1971. CT scanning is a time-efficient, noninvasive procedure that is able to provide the clinician with bone, soft tissue and blood vessel imaging at the same time. This article brings to light new technological advances in CT imaging, with particular focus on spectral detector-based computed tomography (SDCT).