Dose Optimization and Reduction in Musculoskeletal CT Including the Spine

@inproceedings{Gervaise2012DoseOA,
  title={Dose Optimization and Reduction in Musculoskeletal CT Including the Spine},
  author={Am{\'e}lie Gervaise and Priscilla Gonçalves Teixeira and Nicolas Stone Villani and Sophie Lecocq and M. Louis and Albert Blum},
  year={2012}
}
Due to improvements in temporal and spatial resolution, and despite its radiating character, CT is still indicated for the assessment of many musculoskeletal disorders. New exploration techniques, such as dynamic CT of the joints and bone perfusion imaging, are now available in musculoskeletal imaging. However, they require the repetition of many phases and lead to an increase in dose. For these new applications and for spine and proximal joint imaging in the vicinity of radiosensitive organs… CONTINUE READING

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