Patient and staff dose during CT guided biopsy, drainage and coagulation.

@article{Teeuwisse2001PatientAS,
  title={Patient and staff dose during CT guided biopsy, drainage and coagulation.},
  author={Wouter M. Teeuwisse and Jacob Geleijns and Johan J. Broerse and Wim R. Obermann and Els L. van Persijn van Meerten},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={74 884},
  pages={720-6}
}
Patient and staff dose during CT guided coagulation of osteoid osteoma, tissue biopsy and abscess drainage were evaluated retrospectively on a conventional CT scanner and prospectively on a scanner equipped with fluoroscopic CT. The computed tomography dose index (CTDI) and the individual dose equivalent, i.e. the penetrating dose for workers at a depth of 10 mm tissue, were measured. Evaluation of CTDI enabled effective dose and maximum skin entrance doses for the patient to be determined… CONTINUE READING

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