Optimization of K-edge subtraction imaging using a pixellated spectroscopic detector
Pani S., Saifuddin SC., Ferreira FIM., Scuffham JW., Stratmann P., Wilson MD., Veale MC., Bell S., Seller P., Sellin PJ., Cernik RJ.
Conventional K-edge subtraction imaging is based around the acquisition of two separate images at energies respectively below and above the K-edge of a contrast agent. This implies increased patient dose with respect to a conventional procedure and potentially incorrect image registration due to patient motion. © 2012 IEEE.