Contrast-Enhanced Abdominal Angiographic CT for Intra-abdominal Tumor Embolization: A New Tool for Vessel and Soft Tissue Visualization

@article{Meyer2007ContrastEnhancedAA,
  title={Contrast-Enhanced Abdominal Angiographic CT for Intra-abdominal Tumor Embolization: A New Tool for Vessel and Soft Tissue Visualization},
  author={Bernhard Christian Meyer and Bernd B. Frericks and Thomas F Albrecht and K. -J. Wolf and Frank K. Wacker},
  journal={CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={30},
  pages={743-749}
}
C-Arm cone-beam computed tomography (CACT), is a relatively new technique that uses data acquired with a flat-panel detector C-arm angiography system during an interventional procedure to reconstruct CT-like images. The purpose of this Technical Note is to present the technique, feasibility, and added value of CACT in five patients who underwent abdominal transarterial chemoembolization procedures. Target organs for the chemoembolizations were kidney, liver, and pancreas and a liposarcoma… CONTINUE READING
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