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Patient-specific scatter-corrected digital chest tomosynthesis in human subjects
MEDICAL IMAGING 2022: PHYSICS OF MEDICAL IMAGING.
By: C. Inscoe, A. Billingsley, C. Puett, O. Zhou, J. Lu & Y. Lee
Evaluation of patient-specific scatter-corrected digital chest tomosynthesis
MEDICAL IMAGING 2020: PHYSICS OF MEDICAL IMAGING.
By: C. Inscoe, C. Puett, A. Billingsley, O. Zhou, J. Lu & Y. Lee
2021 journal article
Point-of-Care Tomosynthesis Imaging of the Wrist
MILITARY MEDICINE, 186, 745–750.
By: C. Inscoe, Y. Lee, A. Billingsley, C. Puett, D. Nissman, J. Lu, O. Zhou
Preliminary imaging evaluation of a compact tomosynthesis system for potential point-of-care extremity imaging
By: C. Inscoe, A. Billingsley, C. Puett, D. Nissman, J. Lu, Y. Lee, O. Zhou
Tomosynthesis imaging of the wrist using a CNT x-ray source array
MEDICAL IMAGING 2019: PHYSICS OF MEDICAL IMAGING.
By: C. Inscoe, A. Billingsley, C. Puett, S. Feinstein, E. Gunnell, D. Nissman, T. Maetani, R. Draeger ...and 3 other authors, J. Lu, Y. Lee & O. Zhou
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