By Kai Hermann Scherer
This thesis bargains an available advisor to biomedical phase-contrast imaging with over 20 radiographic illustrations. It specializes in examine to enhance radiography, and especially mammography purposes, by utilizing a singular X-ray imaging modality that exploits the wave-nature of X-rays, instead of simply their absorption in tissue. additional, it explores a extensive variety of power purposes – from the evaluation of breast melanoma and the assessment of microcalcification clusters, to the exam of renal stones.
X-ray imaging is an integral instrument in smooth scientific diagnostics, and levels from easy radiography functions to complicated CT imaging protocols. This novel phase-contrast procedure has the capability to carry considerably better diagnostic info, additionally and particularly in circumstances the place mammography is used for screening reasons. The thesis relies on a number of reviews carried out through the writer – operating in shut interdisciplinary cooperation with doctors at collage clinics in Munich – and effectively demonstrates this diagnostic strength in pre-clinical experiments.
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The overall amount of calcium, given by the number and size of grains, is fixed for all configurations. The absorption signal is non-sensitive towards variations in the grain size. In comparison, the visibility signal yields a minimum for grains which are similar in size to the analyser grating period (green), even if strongly exceeding the spatial resolution (red) of the interferometer. 48) 2 2 where 2πp2d corresponds to a setup-specific pre-factor. More precisely, Strobl et al. 2 showed that the inter-grating distance, beam energy and analyser grating period determine the so-called “autocorrelation length” of the interferometer .
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