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Indiana University renal stone

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Philips CT Clinical Science Philips Healthcare USA


Description
Clinical AreaAbdomen / Pelvis
AnatomyKidney / Renal
ExamCardRenal Stone
InstitutionIndiana University
Publication DateSep 1, 2004
ScannerBrilliance 40 Channel Version: Brilliance Version 1.2
Renal Stone
Scan 1Surview
Scan 2Without Contrast Scan
Scan 3Post Processing Visualization


Surview
Landmark - Feet FirstMost superior diaphragm: internal laser
Length of Surview600 mm

Without Contrast Scan
Scan ModeHelical
ResolutionStandard
Collimation40 x 0.625
FOV250-300 mm
Thickness0.9 mm
Increment0.45 mm
Pitch0.67
Rotation Time0.5 seconds
kV120
mAs300
Matrix512
FilterB - Standard
Window/Level400/35
Scan DirectionSuperior to inferior
CoverageJust above kidneys to below bladder
Approximate Scan Time12 seconds
Additonal ReconstructionsAxialThickness: 4 mmIncrement: 3 mm
Planar Generated Data SetsUse raw 0.9 imagesCoronalThickness: 4 mmIncrement: 3 mm
Images to PACSAxial: 4 x 3'sCoronals: 4 x 4's

Post Processing Visualization
ApplicationWorkspace - CT Viewer
RenderingAverage
Thickness4 mm
OrientationAxial and Coronal


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Brilliance 40-channel
abdomen, Body, Brilliance Version 1.2, CT Viewer, kidney/renal
 

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