CT Image Post Processing
CT Image Post Processing is organized by Medical Professionals.
Approved by the ASRT (American Society of Radiologic Technologists) for 0.25 Category A CE Credits.
License duration: 6 months from purchase date.
The application of imaging techniques to the original axial images of a CT scan in order to derive additional information or hide unwanted information that distracts from the clinical findings is called image post-processing. Image post-processing requires the modification of a 3D image volume, which in most cases consists of a stack of individual axial images. There are many methods to do post processing. The most commonly used techniques are Maximum intensity projection (MIP), volume rendering (VR), multiplanar reconstruction (MPR) or curved planar reconstruction. We will cover all of these post processing methods in this article and show examples of many of them through CT images.
• Understand the concept of post-processing
• Explain volume rendering
• Compare maximum intensity projection (MIP) and minimum intensity projection (MinIP)
• Discuss Image Fusion
Post-Test & CE Certificate:
✔ Approved by the ASRT (American Society of Radiologic Technologists) for 0.25 Category A CE Credits
✔ License duration: 6 months from purchase date
✔ Meets the CE requirements of the following states: California, Texas, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, and New Mexico
✔ Meets the ARRT® CE reporting requirements/
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- CME : 0.25
- CE Credits : 0.25
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