Spiral CT and Conventional Incremental CT of the Lung
The introduction of spiral volumetric computed tomography (CT) has opened up new perspectives in the examination of the lung [1–3, 6]. A major advantage is the ability to scan a large volume during a 12- (or 24-) s breath hold .
KeywordsCompute Tomography Pulmonary Nodule Spiral Compute Tomography Density Peak Breath Hold
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