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Suitability of helical multislice acquisition technique for routine unenhanced brain CT: an image quality study using a 16-row detector configuration.

Bibliographic reference Hernalsteen, Danielle ; Cosnard, Guy ; Robert, Annie ; Grandin, Cécile ; Vlassenbroek, Alain ; et. al. Suitability of helical multislice acquisition technique for routine unenhanced brain CT: an image quality study using a 16-row detector configuration.. In: European Radiology : journal of the European Congress of Radiology, Vol. 17, no. 4, p. 975-982 (2007)
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