انتشارات / RCMCI
تاریخ: 2019/03/01
توسط: Dr. Hamid Reza Saligheh Rad
منتشر شده در: Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, 50(1), pp. 157-162
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URL منتشر شده: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30777238

Malekzadeh M, Abbasi-Rad S, Shahgholi M, Naghdi P, Hoseini MS, Yazdi NA, Shiran MB, Rad HS.

Abstract:

Introduction: Quantitative computed tomography (QCT) can supplement dual x-ray absorptiometry by enabling geometric and compartmental bone assessments. Whole-body spiral CT scanners are widely available and require a short scanning time of seconds, in contrast to peripheral QCT scanners, which require several minutes of scanning time. This study designed and evaluated the accuracy and precision of a homemade QCT calibration phantom using a whole-body spiral CT scanner.