Volume 44, Issue 3 Supplement, October 2014

Image Gently ALARA CT Summit: How to Use New CT Technologies for Children

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ISSN: 0301-0449 (Print) 1432-1998 (Online)

In this issue (24 articles)

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    Deciding why and when to use CT in children: a radiologist’s perspective

    Donald P. Frush Pages 404-408
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    Why and when to use CT in children: perspective of a pediatric emergency medicine physician

    Karen Frush Pages 409-413
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    Should risk from medical imaging be assessed in the absence of benefit and vice versa?

    Louis K. Wagner Pages 414-417
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    Clinical decision-making tools for exam selection, reporting and dose tracking

    James A. Brink Pages 418-421
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    Overview of CT technologies for children

    Donald P. Frush Pages 422-426
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    Management of auto exposure control during pediatric computed tomography

    Dianna D. Cody Pages 427-430
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    Iterative reconstruction: how it works, how to apply it

    James Anthony Seibert Pages 431-439
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    Standardized CT protocols and nomenclature: better, but not yet there

    Sarabjeet Singh, Mannudeep K. Kalra Pages 440-443
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    From ‘Image Gently’ to image intelligently: a personalized perspective on diagnostic radiation risk

    R. Paul Guillerman Pages 444-449
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    Dose indices: everybody wants a number

    Keith J. Strauss Pages 450-459
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    Determining organ dose: the holy grail

    Ehsan Samei, Xiaoyu Tian, W. Paul Segars Pages 460-467
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    If it is published in the peer-reviewed literature, it must be true?

    Louis K. Wagner Pages 468-474
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    Multi-national findings on radiation protection of children

    Madan M. Rehani Pages 475-478
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    Developing patient-specific dose protocols for a CT scanner and exam using diagnostic reference levels

    Keith J. Strauss Pages 479-488
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    Development of pediatric CT protocols for specific scanners: why bother?

    Dianna D. Cody Pages 489-491
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    Boots on the ground: how to influence your local radiology departments to use appropriate CT dose

    Thomas L. Slovis Pages 492-494
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    Pros and cons of organ shielding for CT imaging

    Ehsan Samei Pages 495-500
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    Optimizing CT radiation dose based on patient size and image quality: the size-specific dose estimate method

    David B. Larson Pages 501-505
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    Diagnostic reference ranges and the American College of Radiology Dose Index Registry: the pediatric experience

    Marilyn J. Goske Pages 506-510
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