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Whole-Body Computed Tomography Using Low-Dose Biphasic Injection Protocol With Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction V: Assessment of Dose Reduction and Image Quality in Trauma Patients.

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Summary of "Whole-Body Computed Tomography Using Low-Dose Biphasic Injection Protocol With Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction V: Assessment of Dose Reduction and Image Quality in Trauma Patients."

This study aimed to evaluate potential dose savings on a revised protocol for whole-body computed tomography and image quality after implementing Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction V (ASiR-V) algorism for trauma patients and compare it with routine protocol.

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Name: Journal of computer assisted tomography
ISSN: 1532-3145
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