Computed Tomography: Theory and Applications

Description: (Same as Physics and Biology in Medicine M230.) Lecture, four hours. Computed tomography is three-dimensional imaging technique being widely used in radiology and is becoming active research area in biomedicine. Basic principles of computed tomography (CT), various reconstruction algorithms, special characteristics of CT, physics in CT, and various biomedical applications. S/U or letter grading.

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