CBCT Interpretation – Artefacts on CBCT Images

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02 Jul 2019, 6:30 PM
Cavendish Imaging Harley Street and Online
1.5 Verifiable CPD Hour(s)
£60 basic cost, £30 for current referrers*
This course is part of a Masterclass
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On Tuesday 2nd July, Dr Veronique Sauret-Jackson, Consultant Medical Physicist will be our guest speaker to deliver the session “CBCT Interpretation – Artefacts on CBCT Images” this is the third part our Interpretation series and also forms part of the Cavendish Imaging Masterclass.

Veronique developed an interest in the medical applications of technology during her Physics degree. She then studied Medical Imaging and Bioengineering for her MSc. Her PhD focused on the fusion of Nuclear Medicine and CT images to give physicians both functional and anatomical information. She has been working as a Medical Physicist with clinicians and helping them visualise and use their patients’ image data, in ways that were relevant to them and their specific needs for more than 15 years. Her professional focus as managing director of Cavendish Imaging is on delivering excellence in the imaging services provided.

This session will cover the physics of CBCT to then gain an understanding of why artefacts occur. It will also include practical tricks to avoid artefacts or to work with them. This subject is aimed at anyone who referrers for, interprets, or has an interest in the science behind CBCT Imaging.

This Course links to Enhanced CPD Development Outcomes C. The CPD provided is verified and the CPD session is subject to our Quality Assurance Process. For more information on Enhanced CPD please contact 0121 456 0893.

Course Aims

- Understand the concept of the imaging chain from initiating the X-ray exposure to display of the image
- Explain how X-rays interact with matter
- Understand the principles of image detectors and their influence on image quality
- List factors controlling X-ray quantity, quality and geometry and its influence on image quality
- Describe the construction and function of CBCT equipment
- Understand the principles of CBCT radiographical techniques
- Recognise malfunctioning of CBCT devices
- Strive for a minimized radiation dosage to patients