New paper on TOMOGRAPHY (benefits of reduced dose CT scanning)!

Our recent article on the quantitative analysis of reduced and standard dose CT scanning is published and highlighted in the cover of journal TOMOGRAPHY.

In our work, we present a new image quality assessment method for determining whether reducing radiation dose impairs the image quality of computed tomography (CT) in qualitative and quantitative clinical analyses tasks. Our study concludes that low(er)-dose CT scans can be routinely used because of no significant loss in quantitative image information compared with standard-dose CT scans.


Quantitative Image Quality Comparison of Reduced- and Standard-Dose Dual-Energy Multiphase Chest, Abdomen, and Pelvis CT

Mario Buty1, Ziyue Xu1, Aaron Wu1, Mingchen Gao1, Chelyse Nelson1, Georgios Z. Papadakis1, Uygar Teomete2, Haydar Celik1, Baris Turkbey1, Peter Choyke1, Daniel J. Mollura1, Ulas Bagci3, Les R. Folio1

Corresponding Author: Ulas Bagci, PhD Center for Research in Computer Vision, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL 32816; E-mail:

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