Whole body computed tomography for trauma patients in the Nordic countries 2014: survey shows significant differences and a need for common guidelines.

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BACKGROUND Whole body computed tomography in trauma (WBCTT) is a standardized CT examination of trauma patients. It has a relatively high radiation dose. Therefore, well-defined clinical indications and imaging protocols are needed. This information regarding Nordic countries is limited. PURPOSE To identify Nordic countries' WBCTT imaging protocols… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0284185115597718

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@article{Wiklund2016WholeBC, title={Whole body computed tomography for trauma patients in the Nordic countries 2014: survey shows significant differences and a need for common guidelines.}, author={Eva Wiklund and Seppo K. Koskinen and Fredrik Linder and P G Aslund and Hampus Ekl{\"{o}f}, journal={Acta radiologica}, year={2016}, volume={57 6}, pages={750-7} }