Temporal Resolution and Motion Artifacts in Dual-Source Cardiac CT and Single-Source CT with Iterative Reconstruction

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The temporal resolution (TR) of an image has become an important property in computed tomography (CT) when examining organs whose motion can not be stopped for the duration of the CT scan, such as in cardiac CT. In this context, “higher TR” conventionally means that the raw data from which a given image was reconstructed was measured within a shorter time… (More)

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