Evaluation of interlobar and accessory pulmonary fissures on 64-row MDCT.

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We aimed to describe the prevalence, morphology, and completeness of the oblique, horizontal, and accessory fissures on 64-row multidetector computed tomography (MDCT) scans. Three hundred and eighty-seven patients were included in this study. The lungs were scanned from apex to diaphragm using 1-mm collimation. Images were evaluated on a Philips… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ca.20971

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@article{Ozmen2010EvaluationOI, title={Evaluation of interlobar and accessory pulmonary fissures on 64-row MDCT.}, author={Cihan Akgul Ozmen and Hasan Nazaroğlu and Aylin Bayrak and Senem Senturk and Hatice Ozturkmen Akay}, journal={Clinical anatomy}, year={2010}, volume={23 5}, pages={552-8} }