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2017 AAPM Annual Meeting

Session: Tailoring CT Protocols to the Patient's Age, Size, and Clinical Scenario


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Meeting the Imaging Needs of the Pediatric Radiologist: The Effect of Patient Size, Age and Clinical Circumstance On Optimizing the CT Image
Kimberly Applegate, University of Kentucky
keapple@uky.edu


Handout(s): 127-36927-417554-130803.pdf
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A Brief Introduction to the Effects of Size On Dose and Image Quality in CT - Donovan Bakalyar, PhD Henry Ford Health System
Dispelling Myths and Making Adjustments: How the Physicist Should Account for Size and Age When Designing CT Protocols - Frank Ranallo, PhD University of Wisconsin
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