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Peripheral runoff

Case Study
Philips CT Clinical Science Philips Healthcare • USA

Clinical history

This patient was referred for a peripheral runoff CTA scan. The technologist used the MX16EVO2 to perform the exam.

Image scan parameters

  • 120 kVp
  • 50 mAs
  • 119.0 cm coverage
  • 25.5 second scan time
  • 4.0 mGy CTDIvol
  • 476 mGy x cm DLP
  • 7.1 mSv (k=0.015)* effective dose

*AAPM technical report 96

Clinical significance

This case demonstrates how the MX16EVO2 can provide excellent image quality for even your most advanced exams.


* Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.

** The MX16EVO2 is not available for sale in the USA.



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Case Study
MX 16-slice / MX16 EVO
abdomen, Body, image quality, kidney/renal, lower extremity, Pelvis, peripheral runoffs, Vascular
 

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