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Incidentally detected adrenal lesions - radiological aspects
Incidentally detected adrenal lesions (“adrenal incidentalomas”) have become a growing clinical problem due to increased and refined radiology methods. Autopsy studies show frequencies as high as 7-8% in the elderly. A ...
Optimization of paediatric CT examinations - An approach to minimize absorbed dose to patients with regard to image quality and observer variability
The absorbed dose to paediatric patients is important bearing in mind the increased risk of radiation-induced cancer due to exposure to X-rays at young ages. Questions have also been raised of whether a CT examination of ...