CT Angiography of the Aorta: Contrast Timing by Using a Fixed versus a Patient-specific Trigger Delay.

Published on Mar 5, 2019in Radiology11.105
路 DOI :10.1148/RADIOL.2019182223
Ricarda Hinzpeter9
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Matthias Eberhard11
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+ 7 AuthorsHatem Alkadhi86
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Abstract
An individualized trigger delay improves contrast opacification in CT angiography of the aorta, yielding a higher and more constant attenuation as well as an improved subjective image quality.
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