Low-dose computed tomographic imaging in orbital trauma.

@article{Jackson1993LowdoseCT,
  title={Low-dose computed tomographic imaging in orbital trauma.},
  author={Alan Jackson and Richard W. Whitehouse},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={66 788},
  pages={655-61}
}
We review the findings in 75 computed tomographic (CT) examinations of 66 patients with orbital trauma who were imaged using a low-radiation-dose CT technique. Imaging was performed using a dynamic scan mode and exposure factors of 120 kVp and 80 mAs resulting in a skin dose of 11 mGy with an effective dose-equivalent of 0.22 mSv. Image quality was diagnostic in all cases and excellent in 73 examinations. Soft-tissue abnormalities within the orbit including muscle adhesions were well… CONTINUE READING