Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, April 18th, 2008
"All patients were examined in the supine and prone positions after bladder distention with room air. A detector configuration of 16 x 0.75 mm and a pitch of 1.2 was used. Virtual images were obtained with volume-rendered algorithms. Transverse tomographic slices, multiplanar reformatted images, and virtual images were prospectively evaluated...
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