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Post-processing technique for improved assessment of hard tissues in the submicrometer domain using local synchrotron radiation-based computed tomography

Post-processing technique for improved assessment of hard tissues in the submicrometer domain using local synchrotron radiation-based computed tomography
Post-processing technique for improved assessment of hard tissues in the submicrometer domain using local synchrotron radiation-based computed tomography
During the last two decades micro-computed tomography has become the method of choice for the non-destructive assessment and quantitative morphometry of hard tissues in three dimensions. With the advent of third-generation synchrotron radiation sources, micro-computed tomography in the micrometer range has become feasible and has been employed to analyze local bone tissue properties. However, owing to limitations regarding the tradeoff between object size and spatial resolution, non-destructive conventional global computed tomography of hard tissues, such as bone, remains unachievable in the submicrometer domain so far. Here, we report on a post-processing technique for the assessment of hard tissues using local synchrotron radiation-based computed tomography, which overcomes this experimental limitation
1862-278X
48-54
Schneider, Philipp
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Voide, Romain
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Stampanoni, Marco
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Müller, Ralph
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Schneider, Philipp
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Stampanoni, Marco
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Müller, Ralph
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Schneider, Philipp, Voide, Romain, Stampanoni, Marco and Müller, Ralph (2009) Post-processing technique for improved assessment of hard tissues in the submicrometer domain using local synchrotron radiation-based computed tomography Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik, 54, (1), pp. 48-54. (doi:10.1515/BMT.2009.007). (PMID:19182873).

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During the last two decades micro-computed tomography has become the method of choice for the non-destructive assessment and quantitative morphometry of hard tissues in three dimensions. With the advent of third-generation synchrotron radiation sources, micro-computed tomography in the micrometer range has become feasible and has been employed to analyze local bone tissue properties. However, owing to limitations regarding the tradeoff between object size and spatial resolution, non-destructive conventional global computed tomography of hard tissues, such as bone, remains unachievable in the submicrometer domain so far. Here, we report on a post-processing technique for the assessment of hard tissues using local synchrotron radiation-based computed tomography, which overcomes this experimental limitation

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Published date: 30 January 2009
Organisations: Faculty of Engineering and the Environment

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Local EPrints ID: 361064
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/361064
ISSN: 1862-278X
PURE UUID: 290042f5-28f2-43e6-a863-410a3fe48601
ORCID for Philipp Schneider: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-7499-3576

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Date deposited: 13 Jan 2014 11:59
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 03:07

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Author: Romain Voide
Author: Marco Stampanoni
Author: Ralph Müller

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