Advances in CT III

3rd European Scientific User Conference SOMATOM PLUS Vienna, April 1994

  • H. Pokieser
  • G. Lechner
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. CT Angiography I

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. J. Regn, J. Ezrielev, R. Hupke, W. A. Kalender, K. Maatsch
      Pages 3-14
    3. A. Dickschas, M. Mönius, H. Zeiner, P. Weber
      Pages 15-24
    4. R. Braunschweig, P. E. Huppert, S. Duda, H. Seboldt, C. D. Claussen
      Pages 25-32
    5. A. Koehler, M. Prokop, M. Heinemann, M. Galanski
      Pages 33-39
    6. A. K. Dixon, J. H. Small, R. A. Coulden, C. D. Flower
      Pages 40-47
    7. M. Oldendorf, E. Zeitler, K. Maatsch, P. Weber
      Pages 48-55
    8. F. J. Ferstl, P. Uhrmeister, P. Flügel, U. Blum, A. Barke, G. Landes et al.
      Pages 56-59
  3. CT Angiographie II

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 61-61
    2. C. S. Richter, K. Maatsch, G. Biamino, C. Ragg, R. Felix
      Pages 63-68
    3. M. Galanski, M. Prokop, A. Chavan, C. Schaefer-Prokop
      Pages 69-74
    4. D. Hentschel, J. Ezrielev, R. Fisler, C. Flanders, A. Bani-Hashemi, C.-C. Liang et al.
      Pages 79-86
    5. P. E. Huppert, S. H. Duda, R. Braunschweig, H. Seboldt, C. D. Claussen
      Pages 87-91
  4. Special Aspects of Spiral CT

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 93-93
    2. R. Kloeppel, T. Nitzsche, S. Koesling, H. G. Schulz
      Pages 100-107
    3. U. Golin, D. Borchardt, L. Heuser
      Pages 113-118
    4. W. Wittmoser, J. Dunst, L. Keilholz, K. Maatsch, P. Weber
      Pages 119-123
    5. A. Nilles, C. Ehritt-Braun, G. Bruggmoser, N. Hodapp, H. Frommhold, M. Langer
      Pages 124-128
    6. G. Wittenberg, R. Schindler, A. Trusen, G. Schultz, M. Jenett, M. Kellner et al.
      Pages 129-135
  5. Skeleton

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 137-137
    2. W. A. Kalender, A. Polacin, H. Heinritz, H. Hirschfelder, U. Hirschfelder, M. Smet
      Pages 139-148
    3. U. Hirschfelder, H. Hirschfelder, J. Regn
      Pages 163-171
    4. M. Dragani, A. Tartaro, C. delli Pizzi, C. Colosimo, L. Bonomo
      Pages 172-176
    5. R. Sokiranski, R. Niemeier, C. D. Claussen
      Pages 177-182
    6. C. H. Buitrago-Téllez, R. Wächter, F. J. Ferstl, P. Stoll, M. Langer
      Pages 183-192
  6. Abdomen

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 199-199
    2. M. Prokop, C. Schaefer-Prokop, N. Bazak
      Pages 201-206
    3. O. Graf, W. I. Dock, S. Thurnher, J. Lammer, A. Maier, G. Lechner
      Pages 215-218
    4. F. J. Ferstl, P. Uhrmeister, K. H. Hauenstein, A. Barke, M. Langer
      Pages 219-224
    5. W. Dock, S. Puig, J. Liskutin, O. Graf, K. Eibenberger, N. Farres et al.
      Pages 225-228
    6. M. Oudkerk, R. H. Kruyt, B. van Ooijen, I. H. M. Borel Rinkes
      Pages 229-239
    7. W. Anzböck, M. Wassipaul, H. Mosser, W. Krampla, G. Pärtan, W. Hruby
      Pages 240-245
    8. R. Dore, L. Preda, L. Storti, G. Di Giulio, E. Di Maggio, C. Villa et al.
      Pages 246-254
    9. R. Kloeppel, S. Lieberenz, H.-G. Schulz
      Pages 255-259
    10. A. Blum, J. Hubert, M. Deneuville, F. Delfau, E. Renoult, M. Claudon et al.
      Pages 260-265
  7. Lung

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 267-267
    2. C. Schaefer-Prokop, M. Prokop, M. Galanski
      Pages 269-275
    3. A. B. van Rossum, G. J. Kieft, F. E. E. Treurniet, S. J. Smith, R. Schepers-Bok, A. M. C. Witte
      Pages 276-283
    4. M. L. Storto, C. Ciccotosto, A. Guidotti, R. L. Patea, L. Bonomo
      Pages 284-289
    5. W. A. Kalender, H. Fichte, W. Bautz, A. Zwick, R. Rienmüller, J. Behr et al.
      Pages 290-298
    6. S. Tuengerthal, P. Herb, H. Schmitteckert, G. Tropf, H. Bülzebruck, V. Schulz
      Pages 299-307
    7. M. Reuter, I. Holling, L. Emde, E. Bettinghausen, M. Heller, D. Szadkowski
      Pages 308-314

About these proceedings


In nearly all areas of technology our generation is experiencing the phenomena of fast paced innovation and great bursts in development. Besides the completely new techniques, the "experienced user" is astonished when obviously good and appar­ ently matured technology such as the next to last generation of CT equipment undergoes further development, such as is the case with the spiral CT technique. The enormous potential of spiral CT suddenly became apparent, stimulating and giving rise to a wide range of research on its clinical application. Yet again we can see in the field of imaging how great advances in one method competitively affect the range of application in another. Hence it is extremely valuable and necessary to appraise the current situation now. Both physicians - who use the equipment - and the health system and with this the patient - which finances it - have the obligation and the right to permanent optimization of the application strategies of diagnostic procedures. Not least, this symposium also meant to fit the new voice of spiral CT harmo­ niously into the symphonic score of diagnostic procedures. The large radiodiagno­ stic department ofthe university clinics which has been established at the Neues All­ gemeines Krankenhaus in Vienna, Austria, is proud to have jointly arranged this user symposium with Siemens.


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Editors and affiliations

  • H. Pokieser
    • 1
  • G. Lechner
    • 1
  1. 1.AKH Vienna Department of RadiologyUniversity Hospital ViennaViennaAustria

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1994
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-79118-5
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