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Detection of urinary tract stones at low-radiation-dose CT with z-axis automatic tube current modulation: phantom and clinical studies.
Sixteen-detector row CT of abdomen and pelvis: study for optimization of Z-axis modulation technique performed in 153 patients.
Radiation from "extra" images acquired with abdominal and/or pelvic CT: effect of automatic tube current modulation.
Techniques and applications of automatic tube current modulation for CT.
Prospectively ECG-triggered high-pitch spiral acquisition for cardiac CT angiography in routine clinical practice: initial results.
Comparison of Z-axis automatic tube current modulation technique with fixed tube current CT scanning of abdomen and pelvis.
Coronary computed tomography angiography during arrhythmia: Radiation dose reduction with prospectively ECG-triggered axial and retrospectively ECG-gated helical 128-slice dual-source CT.
Do metallic endoprostheses increase radiation dose associated with automatic tube-current modulation in abdominal-pelvic MDCT? A phantom and patient study.
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