Partial Convolution Network for Metal Artifact Reduction in CT Preprocessing: Preliminary ResultsDownload PDF

Apr 02, 2021 (edited Apr 20, 2021)MIDL 2021 Conference Short SubmissionReaders: Everyone
  • Keywords: Metal artifact reduction, CT preprocessing, projection domain, convolutional neural network, partial convolution
  • TL;DR: A neural network with specific layer type reduces CT metal artifacts via inpainting in the projection domain.
  • Abstract: Metal artifacts impair the diagnostic value of medical CT images. These artifacts occur from the projection values associated with the metal objects inside the scanned anatomy. In this work, we replace the corrupted projection values by using a deep convolutional neural network consisting of so-called partial convolution layers. We show that the network trained on simulated data enhances newly presented projection data and therefore the corresponding reconstructed image.
  • Paper Type: validation/application paper
  • Primary Subject Area: Application: Radiology
  • Secondary Subject Area: Validation Study
  • Paper Status: original work, not submitted yet
  • Source Code Url: https://gitlab.com/maik.stille/partconvmar
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