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2014Exposure (mAs) optimisation of a multi-detector CT protocol for hepatic lesion detection: Are thinner slices better?Brennan, Patrick; Dobeli, Karen; Lewis, Sarah; Meikle, Steven; Thiele, David; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation SciencesExposure (mAs) optimisation of a multi-detector CT protocol for hepatic lesion detection: Are thinner slices better?, Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology, vol.58, 2, 2014,pp 137-143
2013Noise-reducing algorithms do not necessarily provide superior dose optimization for hepatic lesion detection with multidetector CTBrennan, Patrick; Dobeli, Karen; Lewis, Sarah; Meikle, Steven; Thiele, David; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation SciencesNoise-reducing algorithms do not necessarily provide superior dose optimization for hepatic lesion detection with multidetector CT, British Journal of Radiology, vol.86, 1023, 2013,pp 1-8
2013Optimization of Computed Tomography Protocols: Limitations of a Methodology Employing a Phantom with Location-Known OpacitiesBrennan, Patrick; Dobeli, Karen; Lewis, Sarah; Meikle, Steven; Thiele, David; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation SciencesOptimization of Computed Tomography Protocols: Limitations of a Methodology Employing a Phantom with Location-Known Opacities, Journal of Digital Imaging, vol.26, 6, 2013,pp 1001-1007
2011Optimization of hepatic lesion detection with computer tomography (CT): Is randomization of lesion location necessary?Brennan, Patrick; Dobeli, Karen; Lewis, Sarah; Meikle, Steven; Thiele, David; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation SciencesOptimization of hepatic lesion detection with computer tomography (CT): Is randomization of lesion location necessary?, Medical Imaging 2011: Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment, vol.N/A, 2011, pp. N/A-N/A