Intraocular foreign body characteristics study on the basis of skull radiographical images analysis
N.Yu. Ilyasova, A.V. Kupriyanov, A.V. Ustinov

Full text of article: Russian language.

The subjects of inquiry are the set of X-ray images of an eye with a foreign body and the dependencies of characteristics of the radiographic images under processing on photography parameters. This article contains the research of the method of intraocular foreign bodies (IFB) properties identification on the basis of analysis of data in DICOM format, of the obtained values of IFB brightness function and of evaluation upon the image of the object area brightness function dependencies on voltage and current intensity at the facility.

Key words:
intraocular foreign body, radiographic images.


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