Comparison between effective radiation dose of CBCT and MSCT scanners for dentomaxillofacial applications.

@article{Loubele2009ComparisonBE,
  title={Comparison between effective radiation dose of CBCT and MSCT scanners for dentomaxillofacial applications.},
  author={M. Loubele and Ria Bogaerts and E Van Dijck and Ruben Pauwels and S Vanheusden and Paul Suetens and Guy Marchal and Gerard C. H. Sanderink and Reinhilde Jacobs},
  journal={European journal of radiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={71 3},
  pages={461-8}
}
OBJECTIVES To compare the effective dose levels of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) for maxillofacial applications with those of multi-slice computed tomography (MSCT). STUDY DESIGN The effective doses of 3 CBCT scanners were estimated (Accuitomo 3D, i-CAT, and NewTom 3G) and compared to the dose levels for corresponding image acquisition protocols for 3 MSCT scanners (Somatom VolumeZoom 4, Somatom Sensation 16 and Mx8000 IDT). The effective dose was calculated using thermoluminescent… CONTINUE READING
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