Cone Beam X-Ray Reconstruction

Cone Beam Reconstruction refers to a method used to convert none visible X-Ray to visible light. In the world of X-Ray technology there are a myriad of techniques used to obtain images for later viewing by health professional. The Cone Beam method uses a source that emits X-Ray toward the item that needs to be viewed in a tight burst. The X-Ray then expands outward on its way to the item. The shape produced during the expanding of the X-Ray resembles a cone. This is where the name “Cone Beam” is derived. Thus the much deserved Cone Beam Reconstruction method. More info: cone beam