CT fluoroscopy along with other areas

 Computed tomographic (CT) fluoroscopy is a technical advance resulting from slip-ring technology, where x-ray tubes with improved heat capacity, high-speed uses array processors, and partial reconstruction algorithms to generate images. These images are reconstructed at a rate of approximately 6 frames per second, allowing near real-time visualization similar to that of ultrasonography (US). A promise of this technology is to facilitate interventional procedure guidance by means of combining the localizing strengths of CT with the real-time advantages .CT fluoroscopy is a safe and effective guidance tool for percutaneous interventional procedures in the chest, spine, abdomen, and pelvis.

Related Journals Of CT Fluoroscopy

Korean Journal of Radiology, Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Research Journal of Biological Sciences, The Spine Journal, Journal of the Formosan Medical Association

 

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Recommended Conferences

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