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Title: 可視光を利用した模擬X線CT装置の開発
Other Titles: Simulated X-ray Computed Tomography System Using Optical Visible Light
Authors: 根岸, 徹
白石, 明久
長島, 宏幸
小倉, 泉
安部, 真治
加藤, 洋
Negishi, Toru
Shiraishi, Akihisa
Nagashima, Hiroyuki
Ogura, Izumi
Abe, Shinji
Kato, You
Keywords: 可視光
Optical visual light
simulated X-ray computed tomography system
Issue Date: Mar-2011
Publisher: 群馬県立県民健康科学大学
Citation: 群馬県立県民健康科学大学紀要 6,21-31,2011
Abstract: 目的:学生に被ばくの心配がなく,X線CT装置の動作原理が学べ,画像再構成が汎用パソコンで行える可視光を利用した模擬X線CT装置の開発を行う.方法:可視光を用いた模擬X線CT装置を考案し作成する.そこで得られた画像データを基に,画像解析ソフトを用いて画像再構成を行った.結果:模擬X線CT装置では,可視光の吸収が数値データとして直読できる.さらに得られた数値データをテキストイメージとして画像変換することにより,各プロジェクションデータ画像を観察することが可能となった.結論:学生が被ばくの心配が無く,X線CT装置の構成を学べるとともに,基礎的な画像解析が行うことが可能となった.
Purpose : To minimize student radiation exposure while teaching the theory of X-ray computed tomography and develop a simulated X-ray computed tomography system using optical visible light allowing image reconfiguration to be performed with a general-purpose PC. Methods : We created a simulated X-ray computed tomography system using optical visible light. Based on the provided image date, we reconstituted images using image analysis software. Results : With the simulated X-ray computed tomography system, absorption of optical visible light is read directly as digital data. Furthermore, we were able to observe each projected data image by transforming the digital data into a text image Conclusion : Using the simulated X-ray computed tomography system that we developed, there is no concern about student radiation exposure, and the theory of X-ray computed tomography can be learned safely.
Description: 原著
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/6596
ISSN: 1881-0691
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