James H. Stanley

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Computed tomography measurements of the AP diameter, width, and cross-sectional area of the bony cervical canal were derived from cervical spine examinations of fifty-two normal adults. These quantitative parameters were then used to evaluate 80 patients with various cervical abnormalities to determine the clinical usefulness of the measurements. With the(More)
The relationship of noise and dose in overscanning in computed tomography is reviewed to show that maximal variance reduction is obtained when the overscanning weights are proportional to the x-ray flux. It is also shown that maximal motion artifact suppression requires that the weights vary smoothly from zero at the beginning and ending of the scan to one(More)
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