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Hopscotch technique
This article by Ruiz, et al., describes the feasibility and safety of the Hopscotch Technique, a novel method to close paravalvular leaks.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Sep 11, 2017
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Views: 225
Improved cardiac results with Ingenuity CT in real world setting
This white paper demonstrates the ability of the Philips Ingenuity CT with iPatient to provide consistent cardiac image quality in a typical “real-world” private practice radiology outpatient setting.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: May 16, 2017
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Views: 697
Assessing retrospective spectral analysis workflow considerations and dose management
This white paper explores how the IQon Spectral CT offers advantages in color quantification, workflow, and dose management.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Jan 05, 2015
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Views: 5358
Detector technology in simultaneous spectral imaging
This white paper explores the IQon Spectral CT's advanced technology that offers significant advantages through color quantification and provides the ability to characterize structures based on material content.
CTWhite Paper
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Dec 29, 2014
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Views: 8344
Value of knowledge-based iterative model reconstruction in low-kV 256-slice coronary CTA
This study by Yuki, et al., assesses the value of the knowledge-based iterative model reconstruction algorithm on qualitative and quantitative image quality at 256-slice cardiac CTA.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Nov 25, 2014
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Views: 198
Dynamic CT myocardial perfusion imaging
This study by Fahmi, et al., assesses perfusion in a porcine model with and without coronary occlusion.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Nov 06, 2014
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Views: 293
Dynamic CT perfusion imaging of the myocardium using a wide-detector scanner
This article by Muenzel, et al., evaluates CT dynamic myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI) using a wide-detector scanner.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Nov 06, 2014
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Views: 344
Accuracy of estimation of graft size for living-related liver transplantation
This publication by Mokry, et al., evaluates accuracy of estimated graft size for living-related liver transplantation using a semi-automated software for CT-volumetry.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Nov 05, 2014
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Views: 279
Image registration and analysis for quantitative myocardial perfusion
This article by Isola, et al., describes image registration and analysis for quantitative myocardial perfusion.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Nov 02, 2014
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Views: 346
Impact of iterative reconstruction on CNR and SNR in dynamic myocardial perfusion imaging in an animal model
This study by Gramer, et al., evaluates a new iterative reconstruction algorithm for radiation dose, image quality, SNR, and CNR in MDCT dynamic myocardial perfusion imaging.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Oct 24, 2014
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Views: 195
256-slice CTA evaluation of CABG
This study by Gramer, et al., assesses the effect of heart rate, heart rate variability and z-axis location on CABG image quality using a 256-slice CT scanner.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Oct 14, 2014
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Views: 516
CT coronary angiography
This study by Bovenschulte, et al., shows that CT flow measurements prove a suitable method for quantifying coronary blood flow.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Oct 02, 2014
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Views: 392
Sub-mSv radiation dose coronary CTA
This abstract from a scientific formal presentation at RSNA 2013 evaluates the usefulness of the recently introduced IMR knowledge-based reconstruction in ultra-low dose cardiac CT.
CTAbstract
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Jan 21, 2014
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Views: 2962
Portosystemic collateral vessels in liver cirrhosis
This study by Moubarak, et al., finds that MDCT is the best way to understand and describe the different types of portosystemic collateral vessels.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Jan 16, 2014
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Views: 1981
Half contrast agent dose and low radiation dose protocol for abdominal dynamic CT
This abstract from a scientific formal presentation from RSNA 2013 evaluates the feasibility of a half contrast agent dose and low radiation dose protocol for abdominal dynamic CT using 80 kVp and IMR.
CTAbstract
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Jan 14, 2014
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Views: 3114
Feasibility of ultra-low kVp CT colonography
This abstract from a presentation at RSNA 2013 analyzes the effect of a decrease in tube voltage in CTC and assesses the effect of different iterative reconstruction algorithms on radiologists’ performance.
CTAbstract
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Dec 26, 2013
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Coronary artery assessment by multidetector CT in patients with prosthetic heart valves
This study by Habets, et al., assesses whether valve artifacts hamper coronary artery assessment by MDCT.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Aug 20, 2013
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Views: 900
Brain perfusion CT for acute stroke using a 256-slice CT
This study by Dorn, et al., compares a 256-slice CT with a simulated standard CT for brain CT perfusion.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Nov 14, 2011
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Views: 1331
Prospectively versus retrospectively ECG-gated 256-slice coronary CTA
This study by Hou, et al., demonstrates the applicability of Step & Shoot on the iCT over a wider range of heart rates (up to 75 bpm) than previously reported.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Nov 14, 2011
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Views: 1512
Optimal scanning protocols of 64-slice CTA in coronary artery stents
This study by Almutairi, et al., suggests that a scanning protocol of 1.0 mm section thickness with pitch of 0.3 is the optimal protocol for evaluation of coronary artery stents.
CTPublication
By: Philips CT Clinical Science
On: Oct 26, 2010
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Views: 1355
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