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Commentary - Archives of General Internal Medicine (2022) Volume 6, Issue 1

Evolution of computed tomography images by using artificial intelligence.

The primary CT scanners in the early Nineteen Seventies already used iterative reconstruction algorithms; but, lack of computational power avoided their clinical use. In truth, it took till 2009 for the first iterative reconstruction algorithms to return commercially available and update traditional filtered back projection. Due to the fact then, this approach has caused a real hype in the area of radiology. Inside a few years, all most important CT companies delivered iterative reconstruction algorithms for clinical ordinary, which evolved hastily into more and more advanced reconstruction algorithms. The complexity of algorithms ranges from hybrid-, versionbased to fully iterative algorithms. As a result, the number of scientific guides in this subject matter has skyrocketed over the last decade. But what precisely has this era introduced us thus far? And what are we able to anticipate from future hardware as well as software developments, along with photon-counting CT and artificial intelligence? This paper will attempt solution the ones questions through taking a concise observe the general evolution of CT photo reconstruction and its clinical implementations.

Author(s): Alex Kava*

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