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OBJECTIVE To assess the advantages of Adaptive Iterative Dose Reduction using Three Dimensional Processing (AIDR3D) for image quality improvement and dose reduction for chest computed tomography (CT). METHODS Institutional Review Boards approved this study and informed consent was obtained. Eighty-eight subjects underwent chest CT at five institutions(More)
We measured the changes in distance between the tibial and femoral attachment points of the extraarticular ACL substitute during knee motion. To measure the changes in distance continuously and directly, a computer-assisted experimental system was developed using an electrolyte-in-rubber transducer. We used 6 cadaveric knees to measure changes in distance(More)
The aim of this study was to compare density heterogeneity on wide volume (WV) scans with that on helical CT scans. 22 subjects underwent chest CT using 320-WV and 64-helical modes. Density heterogeneity of the descending aorta was evaluated quantitatively and qualitatively. At qualitative assessment, the heterogeneity was judged to be smaller on WV scans(More)
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