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  • Imaging of traumatic lesions of abdominal viscera 

    Vassiou, K.; Fezoulidis, I. (2002)
    Trauma to the abdomen accounts for approximately 10% of trauma deaths. The injury may be blunt or penetrating. Abdominal organs are frequently injured from blunt trauma. Rapid acceleration-deceleration of abdominal viscera ...
  • Maxillary sinus inflammatory disease: Ultrasound compared to computed tomography 

    Karantanas, A. H.; Sandris, V. (1997)
    Fifty-six patients (age range, 15-79 yr, average, 37.0±18.5 yr), with a clinical and/or radiological diagnosis of acute maxillary sinusitis, were prospectively studied with ultrasound (US) and computed tomography (CT). The ...
  • Software upgrading in a CT scanner: Influence on quantitative CT 

    Kalef-Ezra, J. K.; Karantanas, A. H. (1996)
    Purpose: In an attempt to improve field uniformity and CT number stability, the software in a CT scanner was replaced with a new version. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the influence of the software ...