Presentations

Educational presentations

Educational presentations by request

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  • Methods for Clinical Evaluation of Noise Reduction Techniques at Computed Tomography
  • 128-slice Dual-Source CT: How Does it Work and What Can it Do?
  • Adaptive non-local means filtering based on local noise level for CT denoising
  • Optimal kV in pediatric CT for radiation dose reduction: Principles, clinical implementations, and pitfalls
  • Dose in DECT: Does it go up or down?
  • Principles, strengths and weaknesses of three classes of noise reduction techniques for low dose computed tomography
  • Pictorial Review of Difficult-to-Detect Polyps at 3D Virtual Dissection
  • Dual-Energy Computed Tomography: How Does It Work and What Can It Do?
  • Quality Recovery in Cardiac CT Angiography: How to Edit an ECG Trace to Improve Image Quality
  • Physics Testing for ACR CT Accreditation: Tips and Suggestions from Physics Reviewers
  • Dual-source computed tomography: how does it work and what can it do?
  • Understanding the necessity of a quality assurance program for multi-center studies using quantitative CT data, such as the lung tissue research consortium (LTRC)
  • Double Z Sampling: How Does It Work and What Does It Do?
  • CT Protocol Management
  • Radiation exposure reduction techniques for CT nursing staff
  • How to be a "multi-lingual" CT technologist: Understanding scan parameters from different manufacturer's equipment
  • Automatic exposure control (AEC) in pediatric CT: Clinical implementations and pitfalls
  • Current progress in dual energy computed tomography for renal stone detection and classification: research and clinical application
  • One Goal, Many Roads: Reducing Radiation Dose At CT Enterography
  • Spectrum of autoimmune pancreatitis: Diagnosis and classification, atypical appearances, and post-treatment recurrence
  • Usefulness of dual energy computed tomography in the assessment of patients with anterior cruciate ligament tears
  • The Use of 4D CT Imaging to Obtain 5D (4D + Contact area) information at the Thumb CMC Joint during Pipetting Tasks