FRESNEL ZONE PLATE IMAGING IN RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE.

Harrison H Barrett, David T. Wilson, Gordon D. DeMeester, Howard Scharfman

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Abstract

A Fresnel zone plate as a spatially-coded source or aperture is described. In radiology, this technique can eliminate the need for a rotating anode and give higher resolution, while in nuclear medicine it can be used either to decrease patient dose or exposure time, or to increase resolution and greatly simplify the apparatus. With a coded source or aperture, the image is also coded, like a hologram and can be reconstructed optically. The system is tomographic with information about all planes contained in a single film.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSoc of Photo-opt Instrum Eng, Semin Proc
PublisherSPIE
Pages199-205
Number of pages7
Volume35
StatePublished - 1973
Externally publishedYes
EventUnknown conference - Chicago, IL, USA
Duration: Nov 29 1972Nov 30 1972

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OtherUnknown conference
CityChicago, IL, USA
Period11/29/7211/30/72

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Nuclear medicine
Radiology
Holograms
Anodes
Imaging techniques

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  • Engineering(all)

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Barrett, H. H., Wilson, D. T., DeMeester, G. D., & Scharfman, H. (1973). FRESNEL ZONE PLATE IMAGING IN RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE. In Soc of Photo-opt Instrum Eng, Semin Proc (Vol. 35, pp. 199-205). SPIE.

FRESNEL ZONE PLATE IMAGING IN RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE. / Barrett, Harrison H; Wilson, David T.; DeMeester, Gordon D.; Scharfman, Howard.

Soc of Photo-opt Instrum Eng, Semin Proc. Vol. 35 SPIE, 1973. p. 199-205.

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Barrett, HH, Wilson, DT, DeMeester, GD & Scharfman, H 1973, FRESNEL ZONE PLATE IMAGING IN RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE. in Soc of Photo-opt Instrum Eng, Semin Proc. vol. 35, SPIE, pp. 199-205, Unknown conference, Chicago, IL, USA, 11/29/72.
Barrett HH, Wilson DT, DeMeester GD, Scharfman H. FRESNEL ZONE PLATE IMAGING IN RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE. In Soc of Photo-opt Instrum Eng, Semin Proc. Vol. 35. SPIE. 1973. p. 199-205
Barrett, Harrison H ; Wilson, David T. ; DeMeester, Gordon D. ; Scharfman, Howard. / FRESNEL ZONE PLATE IMAGING IN RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE. Soc of Photo-opt Instrum Eng, Semin Proc. Vol. 35 SPIE, 1973. pp. 199-205
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