Current and Future Post-Processing and Reconstruction Methods for Improved Image Quality in Coronary Computed Tomographic Angiography
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- Nakazato, R., Dey, D. & LaBounty, T.M. Curr Cardiovasc Imaging Rep (2012) 5: 360. doi:10.1007/s12410-012-9151-7
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While coronary computed tomographic angiography (CCTA) has high diagnostic performance to identify and exclude obstructive coronary artery disease, it is susceptible to false-positive results and non-interpretable studies, and requires the use of ionizing radiation. New methods of image reconstruction and post-processing have the potential to significantly improve image quality, reduce the number of non-interpretable studies, and improve the diagnostic accuracy of CCTA. In this manuscript, we will review current and novel technologies for image reconstruction and post-processing that may improve the image quality of CCTA.