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A novel technique for markerless, self-sorted 4D-CBCT: Feasibility study
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10.1118/1.3685443
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FIG. 1.

Summary of procedures for the FT-phase vs FT-magnitude techniques.

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FIG. 2.

The first row of bar graphs demonstrates the average phase difference as a function of low frequency location along the y-axis for both Fourier techniques. The second row shows the same results for a range of low frequency locations in both the x and y dimensions.

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FIG. 3.

Percentage of projections assigned within 10% phase plotted as a function of FT-phase and FT-magnitude techniques for a variety of low frequency locations. The top row emphasizes the results along the y-dimension, meanwhile the bottom row of graphs displays the results along both dimensions.

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FIG. 4.

Extracted signal from both Fourier techniques for patient 1. Peak-inspiration determined from manual identification is marked with circles and peak-inspiration determined from the Fourier technique is marked with squares.

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FIG. 5.

FT-phase vs FT-magnitude derived signal for patient 2. Circles indicate peak-inspiration identified with the reference technique whereas squares indicate peak-inspiration identified by the displayed technique.

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FIG. 6.

The plotted signal from each FT method for patient 3. Peak-inspiration determined from visual identification is displayed with circles and from automatic Fourier identification with squares.

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FIG. 7.

4D-CBCT reconstructed phase images of the IEC phantom exhibiting 6 s respiration for the reference technique vs FT-phase technique vs FT-magnitude technique. Line profiles are plotted for 0% and 50% phase bins.

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FIG. 8.

Five selected phase reconstructions of CBCT images of patient 1 for visual assessment of any differences between the two proposed Fourier techniques to the gold standard. Plotted line profiles are displayed for the peak-inspiration and peak-expiration phases.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Results for the average difference in phase using the entire projection vs ROI for both Fourier techniques relative to the manual one.

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TABLE II.

Inputting the entire projection vs ROI results for the percentage of projections that were within 10% phase of each other for each Fourier technique as compared with the manual technique.

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Scitation: A novel technique for markerless, self-sorted 4D-CBCT: Feasibility study
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aapm/journal/medphys/39/3/10.1118/1.3685443
10.1118/1.3685443
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