Cancer imaging using MARS spectral CT: New methods for detection
preprintposted on 07.01.2021, 19:55 by Chiara LoweChiara Lowe
Cancer imaging using MARS spectral CT: New methods of detection. MARS scanners generate multi-energy images with high spatial resolution and low noise. MARS imaging simultaneously identifies and quantifies various components of soft tissues, bones, cartilage, as well as exogenously administered contrasts agents, nanoparticles, and pharmaceuticals in a single scan. This ability to detect contrast agents and intrinsic markers simultaneously has enabled research into new methods of cancer and tumour detection.
Taking MARS Spectral CT to human imaging
Ministry of Business, Innovation and EmploymentFind out more...