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2010 CT Dose - Session: Teaching Cases I: Collimation vs. Slice Width, Coronal Quality, Dose and Scan Time


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Teaching Cases I: Collimation vs. Slice Width, Coronal Quality, Dose and Scan Time
Michael F. McNitt-Gray, PhD, UCLA School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA 
mmcnittgray@mednet.ucla.edu


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