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Lowering the Dose in Head CT Using Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction
- K. Kılıç, G. Erbaş, M. Guryildirim, M. Araç, E. Ilgit, B. Coskun
- American Journal of Neuroradiology
- 1 October 2011
The effect of ASIR on noise reduction observed in the present study of head CT is less than that reported previously in abdomen and chest CT, and these findings encourage further prospective studies in larger patient samples. Expand
Unfused or twig-like middle cerebral artery.
- K. Akkan, M. Uçar, K. Kılıç, E. Celtikci, E. Ilgit, B. Onal
- European journal of radiology
- 1 October 2015
The aim is to define and evaluate the angiographical features of Uf/Tw MCA, a rare unfused or twig-like MCA variation that may cause mis diagnosis and unnecessary treatment attempts. Expand
Are Spinal or Paraspinal Anatomic Markers Helpful for Vertebral Numbering and Diagnosing Lumbosacral Transitional Vertebrae?
- N. Tokgoz, M. Uçar, A. Erdogan, K. Kılıç, Cahide Ozcan
- Korean journal of radiology
- 7 March 2014
The spinal morphologic features and locations of the spinal and paraspinal structures on lumbar MRI are not completely reliable for the diagnosis of lumbosacral transitional vertebrae and identification on the vertebral levels. Expand
Determination of lowest possible contrast volume in computed tomography pulmonary angiography by using pulmonary transit time
By taking into account PTT, mTB appears to be a promising method for tailoring CTPA to the patient with the use of less contrast material and resulting in fewer artifacts. Expand
Evaluation of Aqueductal Patency in Patients with Hydrocephalus: Three-Dimensional High-Sampling-Efficiency Technique (SPACE) versus Two-Dimensional Turbo Spin Echo at 3 Tesla
Three-dimensional-SPACE is superior to 2D-TSE for the evaluation of aqueductal patency in hydrocephalus and may hold promise as a highly accurate alternative treatment to PC-MRI for the physiological and morphological evaluation. Expand
Quantitative and Qualitative Comparison of Standard-Dose and Low-Dose Pediatric Head Computed Tomography: A Retrospective Study Assessing the Effect of Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction
It is found that a blend of 30% ASIR in a 16-slice multidetector CT produces diagnostically acceptable pediatric head CT examinations with a 29% less dose. Expand
Contrast‐Enhanced Power Doppler Sonography in Breast Lesions
- A. Özdemir, K. Kılıç, H. Özdemir, C. Yücel, Sebnem Andaç, M. Çolak
- Journal of ultrasound in medicine : official…
- 1 February 2004
Although contrast‐enhanced power Doppler sonography may help reduce unnecessary biopsies in Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System category 4 lesions, recommendation of its use has many drawbacks, such as imperfectly established criteria, lack of absolute certainty, and high cost. Expand
Assessment of 3D T2-weighted high-sampling-efficiency technique (SPACE) for detection of cerebellar tonsillar motion: new useful sign for Chiari I malformation.
TBS is highly suggestive of CM1 and potentially useful in differentiation of symptomatic and asymptomatic CM1. Expand
Misplaced Central venous Catheter in the Vertebral Artery: Endovascular Treatment of Foreseen Hemorrhage during Catheter Withdrawal
- K. Akkan, E. Cindil, K. Kılıç, E. Ilgit, B. Onal, G. Erbaş
- The journal of vascular access
- 8 July 2014
Endovascular management of inadvertent cervical arterial injury secondary to CVC seems to be the safest strategy and angiography immediately after the stent-graft placement revealed complete disappearance of extravasation and patency of vertebral and subclavian arteries. Expand
Unenhanced urinary CT: value of parenchymal attenuation measurements in differentiating acute vs. chronic renal obstruction.
- G. Erbaş, S. Oktar, K. Kılıç, I. Sen, I. Budakoğlu, M. Araç
- European journal of radiology
- 1 May 2012
Renal parenchymal attenuation measurements and attenuation differences of both kidney of same patient could be useful in differentiating acute unilateral obstruction from chronic cases. Expand