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Cover ImageFigure 5 Display of wall thickness using Syngo Circulation. For any one point, the wall thickness is given in mm. The example shows the situation during end-systole (the values are not given in the image). More
- Aim: To compare the enhancement and visibility of coronary arteries using the spiral flow tube with that of the T-tube during coronary CT angiography. Materials and Methods: This retrospective study consisted of 110 patients. The first 55 patients underwent coronary CT angiography with the conventional T-tube, while the last 55 patients used the novel spiral flow tube. Coronary attenuation of proximal and distal segments were measured and the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) were calculated. To assess the visibility of distal segments, the number of coronary branches of 1 mm at their origin was counted. More
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