Computed Tomography Image Quality (CTIQ): Low-Contrast Detectability (LCD) Assessment When Using Dose Reduction Technology
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Gives stakeholders such as regulators, radiologists, medical doctors, CT technologists, and medical physicists an overview of the current techniques and tools (phantoms) that MITA has utilized to assess low contrast detectability (LCD) as a function of radiation dose.
Published Date: Sep.1.2017
Number of pages: 17
Document ID: 100816
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