Methods and apparatuses for penetrating imaging

Jyrki Lötjönen (Inventor), Juha M Kortelainen (Inventor)

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    Motion artefact reduction for penetrating imaging comprises: obtaining (2-02) a sequence of captured images, each associated with an imaging angle (?); applying an initial reconstruction (2-04) on captured images, thereby creating an initial reconstructed volumetric image; simulating projections (2-14) of the initial reconstructed volumetric image by varying spatial transformations, thereby generating simulated image sets from the initial reconstructed volumetric image, each set having a common imaging angle, wherein the simulated images within each set differ by different spatial transformations; for each set, determining (2-16) the image having a best fit with the image associated with the common imaging angle; and applying a second reconstruction (2-22) on the spatially transformed versions of the captured images, thereby creating a transformation-corrected reconstructed volumetric image.

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    Original languageEnglish
    Patent numberEP3378042
    IPCG06T 11/ 00 A I
    Priority date17/11/16
    Publication statusPublished - 26 Sept 2018
    MoE publication typeH1 Granted patent


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