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Biliary tract system

  • Yoshiro Furuya
  • Katsuhide Wakasa
  • Tuneaki Seki
  • Yasuo Miyasaka
  • Junichi Hachiya

Abstract

Data obtained on the biliary tract in initial clinical experience with the computed radiography (CR) system are presented in this chapter. In drip infusion cholecystocholangiography (DIC) combined with tomography, CR produced better images than the screen film; even in the case of low-dose exposure, CR was thought to be sufficiently usable for clinical diagnosis. In simultaneous multisection tomography, CR could probably present even better images if the exposure conditions were improved.

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Biliscopin 
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© Springer-Verlag Tokyo 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • Yoshiro Furuya
    • 1
  • Katsuhide Wakasa
  • Tuneaki Seki
  • Yasuo Miyasaka
  • Junichi Hachiya
  1. 1.Department of RadiologyKyorin University School of MedicineMitaka, Tokyo, 181Japan

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