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ECE+280+Exam+2+Spring+2006 - ECE BIOEN 280 Biomedical...

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ECE / BIOEN 280 Biomedical Imaging Exam #2 April 11, 2006 8:30 – 9:50 am Student Name: _____________________________________________ Grading: Problem 1 (20 points): __________ Problem 2 (20 points): __________ Problem 3 (20 points): __________ Problem 4 (20 points): __________ Problem 5 (20 points): __________ Total (100 points): __________
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1. Computed Tomography. Below are two objects. For each, draw the corresponding sinogram using the axes given. Also, label the axes. Below are four filtered backprojection reconstructions of the two objects above. For each, indicate if a Ram-Lak or a Hamming filter was applied. Explain how you determined this.
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2. Nuclear Medicine Imaging. What is a “V/Q Scan”? What do the “V” and “Q” image- sets represent that make up this scan? Explain how a V/Q Scan is performed, and how the corresponding sets of images would be interpreted. Given the sets of “Q-scan” images below, taken from a normal (top) and an abnormal (bottom) V/Q Scan exam, describe what you see and what your diagnosis would be. Explain what physiological abnormality would cause these findings.
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  • Spring '10
  • Prof.A
  • Magnetic resonance imaging, Medical imaging, Nuclear magnetic resonance, T2 relaxation times, Nuclear Medicine Imaging, V/Q Scan

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