University of Heidelberg
Faculty of Medicine Mannheim
University Hospital Mannheim
Dr. Mathias Davids wins the I. I. Rabi Award of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM),
read more, article in local newspaper (Mannheimer Morgen)
Keine Gesundheitsgefährdung für Frauen mit implantierten kupferhaltigen Verhütungsmitteln bei der MRT,
read more
read more
Job offers now collected in new page on website

If you have questions concerning a specific publication please use this form with subject 'information about publications' and giving the full citation in the message body.

Home > Publications > Abstract >

Deep Residual Learning for Limited Angle Artefact Correction

A. Schnurr, K. Chung, L. Schad and F. Zöllner

Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin 2018,, pp.280-280

Using non-conventional scan trajectories for Cone Beam (CB) imaging promise low dose interventions and radiation protection to the personal [1]. The here investigated circular tomosynthesis yields good image quality in two preferred directions, but introduces limited angle artefacts in the third. The artefacts become more severe, the smaller the half tomo angle $\alpha$ gets.

Contact: Prof. Dr. Frank Zöllner last modified: 15.07.2019
to top of page