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A Comparison of reduction in CT dose through the use of gantry angulations or bismuth shields
Australasian Physics & Engineering Sciences in…
Corpus ID: 26816204
This study investigated the effect of gantry angulation and eye shielding on radiation dose to the eye lens during brain Computed…
Absorbed radiation dose of the female breast during diagnostic multidetector chest CT and dose reduction with a tungsten-antimony composite breast shield: preliminary results.
M. S. Parker
N. M. Kelleher
J. A. Hoots
Corpus ID: 39072437
AIM To determine the absorbed radiation dose to the female breast during chest computed tomography (CT), and whether a custom…
TU‐EE‐A4‐01: Bismuth Shields Vs. MAs Reduction for Decreased Radiation Dose to Breasts in CT Examinations
Corpus ID: 71634789
Purpose:Bismuth breast shields have been promoted as a means for selectively reducing the radiation dose to the breast by about…
In-plane bismuth breast shields for pediatric CT: effects on radiation dose and image quality using experimental and clinical data.
AJR. American journal of roentgenology
Corpus ID: 30573165
OBJECTIVE The purpose of our study was to evaluate the amount of radiation dose reduction and its effect on image quality when…
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