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Spiral CT involves more parameters and raw data processing than conventional CT. Optimi- Figure 21. Respiratory motion artifacts. (a) Artifacts in multiplanar reformation with incremental CT (85 s), as indicated by arrows, and (b) eliminated with single breath-hold spiral CT scanning (12 s). (Courtesy of Dr. ) 22 COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY Figure 22. Metal artifacts caused by a prosthesis. (Courtesy of Dr. ) zation of imaging protocols and image quality needs major additional efforts (51). Multislice spiral CT is emerging for faster scanning and wider coverage.
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34.Medical Imaging by John G. Webster (Editor)