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Título: Lesion detection performance in an anthropomorphic chest phantom: comparative analysis of low-dose CT data on two hybrid imaging systems
Autor: Jessop, M.
Thompson, John D.
Coward, J.
Sanderud, Audun
Jorge, José
de Groot, M.
Lança, Luís
Hogg, Peter
Palavras-chave: Radiology
Imaging system
Anthropomorphic chest
Phantom
Dosimetry
Data: Jun-2014
Citação: Jessop M, Thompson JD, Sanderud A, Jorge J, Lança L, Hogg P, et al. Lesion detection performance in an anthropomorphic chest phantom: comparative analysis of low-dose CT data on two hybrid imaging systems. In Proceedings of International Society of Radiographer and Radiological Technologists, Helsinki (Finland), FIN, 12th to 15th June 2014.
Resumo: Introduction: multimodality environment; requirement for greater understanding of the imaging technologies used, the limitations of these technologies, and how to best interpret the results; dose optimization; introduction of new techniques; current practice and best practice; incidental findings, in low-dose CT images obtained as part of the hybrid imaging process, are an increasing phenomenon with advancing CT technology; resultant ethical and medico-legal dilemmas; understanding limitations of these procedures important when reporting images and recommending follow-up; free-response observer performance study was used to evaluate lesion detection in low-dose CT images obtained during attenuation correction acquisitions for myocardial perfusion imaging, on two hybrid imaging systems.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.21/4917
ISBN: 9789526707433
Versão do Editor: http://portfolio-web.ess.fi/www/SuomenRontgenhoitajat/2014_ISRRT/#/1/
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