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Taxonomy: IM- CT: Dual Energy and Spectral

PO-GePV-I-97Detection of Coronary Artery Inflammation Using Dual Energy CT
S Nie*, S Molloi, University of California, Irvine, CA
SU-E-201-5Delineating Functional Lung Volume by Combining DECT Derived Perfused Blood Volume and 4DCT Derived Ventilation Maps for Radiation Treatment Planning
G Noid1*, A Tai1, E Gore1, J Shah2, X Li1, (1) Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, (2) Siemens Healthineers, Durham, NC
SU-E-201-6Multi-Domain Constraint Based Estimation of Effective Atomic Number and Electron Density for Dual Energy CT
Q Wang1*, H Xie1, C Chang1, T Wang1, J Roper1, X Tang2, J Bradley1, T Liu1, X Yang1, (1) Department of Radiation Oncology and Winship Cancer Institute, Emory University, Atlanta, GA,(2) Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences and Winship Cancer Institute, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
SU-J-BRC-8Machine Learning Based Oxygen and Carbon Concentration Derivation Using Dual-Energy CT for PET-Based Dose Verification in Proton Therapy
Y Liu1*, L Zhou2, H PENG1,3, M jia4, (1) Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, 430072 (2) Department of Radiology, Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine, Hangzhou, China (3) ProtonSmart Ltd, Wuhan, China, 430072 (4) Tianjin university, Tianjin, China 300072
TH-D-201-2Edge-On Silicon Photon-Counting CT: Assessment of Diagnostic Value in a Virtual Imaging Trial
R Panta1*, M Bhattarai2, Z Yin3, E Abadi4, P Segars5, E Samei6, (1) Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, (2) Duke University, Durham, NC, (3) GE Healthcare, Waukesha, WI, (4) Duke University, Durham, NC, (5) Duke Univ, Durham, NC, (6) Duke University Health System, Durham, NC
TH-D-201-3Evaluation of Geometric Accuracy and Iodine Quantification of High-Pitch Multi-Energy Cardiac Imaging with Dual-Source Photon-Counting Detector CT
Z Ahmed*, D Campeau, H Gong, K Rajendran, P Rajiah, C McCollough, S Leng, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
TH-F-201-1A Generalizable, Vendor-Neutral Framework for Kidney Stone Composition Characterization Using Dual-Energy CT
P Shunhavanich1*, S Hsieh2, A Ferrero2, C McCollough2, (1) Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, TH, (2) Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
TH-F-201-2A Novel Methodology for Assessing Material Differentiation in Dual-Energy Computed Tomography
C Schaeffer*, S Leon, M Arreola, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
TH-F-201-6Validation of Dual-Energy CT Based Composition Analysis Using Fresh Animal Tissues and Novel, Non-Epoxy Tissue Equivalent Samples
K Niepel1*, S Tattenberg12, R Marants3, T Bortfeld2, J Verburg2, G Landry41, A Sudhyadhom3, K Parodi1, (1) Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen, Garching, BV, DE, (2) Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, (3) Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, (4) University Hospital, LMU Munich, Munich, BV, DE
TU-A-202-1An Investigation of Using Extracellular Volume Fraction Derived From Dual-Energy CT For pancreatic Tumor Delineation
G Godfrey1*, G Noid1, P Knechtges1, W Hall1, J Shah2, B Erickson1, X Li1, (1) Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, (2) Siemens Healthineers, Durham, NC
TU-D1000-IePD-F5-1Impact of Multi-Energy CT On Tumor Delineation of Primary Head and Neck Tumors 
J Miller1*, L DiMaso-Myers1, P Harari1, B Morris1, E Merfeld1, J Shah2, A Burr1, M Lawless1, (1) University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI,(6) Siemens Healthineers, Durham, NC
TU-F115-IePD-F8-1Impact of Iterative Beam-Hardening Correction On Iodine and Calcium Quantification in Multi-Energy CT 
J Miller1*, L DiMaso-Myers1, P Wohlfahrt2, J Shah2, M Lawless1, (1) University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, (2) Siemens Healthineers, Forchheim, Germany
TU-F115-IePD-F8-2Direct Dose Measurements Comparing Single-Energy and Dual-Energy Head CT Scan
N Correa*, M Glassell, C Schaeffer, I Barreto, M Arreola, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
TU-F115-IePD-F8-6Model-Based Pulse Pileup and Charge Sharing Compensation for Photon Counting Detectors 
K Taguchi1*, C Polster2, W P Segars3, N Aygun1, K Stierstorfer2, D Lee4*,(1) Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, (2) Siemens, Forchheim, Germany, (3) Duke Univ, Durham, NC, (4) John's Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
WE-G-201-1Compton Scatter Events Improve Both Density and Spectral Dose Efficiency in Edge-On-Irradiated Silicon Photon-Counting CT
F Gronberg1,4, Z Yin2*, J Maltz3, M Persson4, (1) GE Healthcare, Waukesha, WI,(2) GE Healthcare, Waukesha, WI, (3) GE Healthcare, Oakland, CA, (4) Kth Royal Institute Of Technology, SE
WE-G-201-4Improved Spectral Imaging with More Energy Bins for Realistic Photon Counting Detectors
A Wang1*, Y Yang1, S Wang1, Z Yin2, (1) Stanford University, Stanford, CA, (2) GE Healthcare
WE-G-201-5Metal Artifact Correction Using High-Energy Data in Photon-Counting CT
D Richtsmeier1*, J O'Connell1, P Rodesch1, K Iniewski2, M Bazalova-Carter1, (1) University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, CA, (2) Redlen Technologies, Saanichton, BC, CA