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The cartilaginous endplate is important for the intervertebral disc health, and highly correlated with disc degeneration process. Therefore, understanding morphology and pathophysiology of the cartilaginous endplate is a critical step towards the diagnosis and prognosis of the disc health. This...
Since its introduction in 1970s, Computed Tomography (CT) has evolved enormously to achieve fast temporal resolution, improved spatial resolution, better noise performance, and high image quality. While the conventional cone beam CT system provides 16 cm volumetric coverage in a single gantry...
Effective speckle reduction is important for enhancing image quality and improving our understanding of medical ultrasound imaging. Various speckle reduction techniques, such as frequency compounding (SR-FC), spatial compounding (SRSC), and post filtering (SR-PF), have been proposed. In SRFC,...
In the color Doppler mode of ultrasonography, a rapidly changing mixture of red and blue colors referred to as ‘twinkling artifact’ (TA) may appear for a stationary hyperechogenic target. This introduces ambiguity in diagnosis as well as provides conclusive information. We reviewed the possible...
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