With the advent of multidetector-row technology, excitement has returned to computed tomography. Not only can we now image faster and with better resolution than ever before. More importantly, the development of sophisticated image acquisition techniques has enabled us to venture into areas previously considered to be beyond the scope of CT imaging. The knowledge, experience, and vision of a host of renowned international experts in cutting-edge thoracic applications of multidetector-row CT are condensed within this book. The result is a critical, comprehensive review of the novel opportunities, but also the new challenges, brought about by the development of ever-faster CT acquisition techniques. Presents the latest developments in CT imaging of the thorax Comprehensively reviews the literature Offers useful practical guidelines Addresses both opportunities and challenges Written by leading international expertsL 180/22 Gies M, Kalender WA, Wolf H, Suess C, Madsen MT (1999) Dose reduction in CT by anatomically adapted tube current modulation. ... Med Phys 26 :2231a2234 Hsieh J (1994) Generalized adaptive median filter and their application in computed tomography. ... Wiley, New York Kalender WA, Schmidt B, Zankl M, Schmidt M (1999a) A PC program for estimating organ dose and effective doseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Multidetector-Row CT of the Thorax|
|Author||:||U. Joseph Schoepf|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2005-12-31|