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  • Phase-contrast imaging is a technique for scanning the volumes of soft tissues like tumors or internal organs, but with much greater contrast than conventional CT scans. This image shows a non-invasive
    Irene Zanette/Technische Universität München
    Phase-contrast imaging is a technique for scanning the volumes of soft tissues like tumors or internal organs, but with much greater contrast than conventional CT scans. This image shows a non-invasive "slice" of a rat's heart tissue made with X-ray phase tomography by propagation-based imaging, which provides sharper data with higher resolution than phase tomography using X-ray grating interferometry (see image #2).
  • Phase-contrast imaging is a technique for scanning the volumes of soft tissues like tumors or internal organs, but with much greater contrast than conventional CT scans. This image shows a non-invasive
    Irene Zanette/Technische Universität München
    Phase-contrast imaging is a technique for scanning the volumes of soft tissues like tumors or internal organs, but with much greater contrast than conventional CT scans. This image shows a non-invasive "slice" of a rat's heart tissue made using grating-based X-ray phase tomography, which excels in contrast, albeit with some blurring when compared to propagation-based phase-contrast X-ray imaging (see image #1).
  • This image shows a non-invasive
    Irene Zanette/Technische Universität München
    This image shows a non-invasive "slice" of rodent heart tissue made using traditional absorption contrast X-ray imaging to be compared with the data obtained with phase-contrast imaging which is a technique for scanning the volumes of soft tissue like tumors or internal organs, but with much greater contrast than conventional CT scans (see images #1 and #2).




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