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A flat panel detector for digital radiology using self-scanned readout of X-ray photoconductor
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While the former produces images using an X-ray scintillator (X-ray conversion layer), followed by an amorphous silicon (a-Si) photodiode flat-panel layer, with a thin-film transistor (TFT) array for readout of the electrical charges by the photodiode array, the latter is based on the use of a photoconductor such as amorphous selenium (a-Se) to Author: Euclid Seeram.
The flat-panel x-ray image detector (sensor) concept is illustrated in Fig. where x-rays passing through the patient’s hand are incident on the sensor. The sensor converts the incident image to a digital image that can be sent to a computer and viewed on a by: W.
Zhao and J.A. Rowlands, "X-ray imaging using amorphous selenium: Feasibility of a flat panel self-scanned detector for digital radiology", Med. Phys, (). doi/ Conference Proceedings. We investigate a concept for making a large area, flat-panel detector for digital radiology.
It employs an x-ray sensitive photoconductor to convert incident x-radiation to a charge image which is. A flat-panel x-ray imaging detector using a layer of amorphous selenium (a-Se) for direct conversion of x rays (to charge) and an active matrix for self-scanned readout is being investigated for.
In the last ten to fifteen years there has been much research in using amorphous and polycrystalline semiconductors as x-ray photoconductors in various x-ray image sensor applications, most notably in flat panel x-ray imagers (FPXIs). We first outline the essential requirements for an ideal large area photoconductor for use in a FPXI, and discuss how some of the current amorphous and Cited by: Figure shows a typical X-ray image of a phantom hand obtained by a flat-panel X-ray image detector using an a-Se photoconductor as developed by Sterling Diagnostic Imaging (formerly DuPont).
The resolution is determined by the pixel size, which in present experimental image detectors is typically ∼ μm but is expected to be as small as.
KEYWORDS: Sensors, Electrodes, X-rays, Dielectrics, Coating, Medical imaging, X-ray imaging, Selenium, X-ray detectors, Electron transport Read Abstract + Direct detection of x-ray using the technology of selenium on Thin Film Transistor (TFT) has been used in a number of medical imaging and other products for almost 10 years.
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Gur D, Fuhman CR, Feist JH, Slifko R, Peace B. Natural migration to a higher dose in CR imaging. In: Proceedings of the Eighth European Congress of Radiology, Vienna, Austria, September9. Zhao W, Rowlands JA. X-ray imaging using amorphous selenium: feasibility of a flat panel self-scanned detector for digital radiology.
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