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pediatric population represents the majority of non-related to trauma deaths. In most developed and emerging countries there is a need for early and accurate imaging detection, usually with fast examinations protocols, and no or low radiation exposure to avoid a secondary radiation...
Diffraction-enhanced imaging (DEI), sometimes referred to as analyzer-based imaging, is an emerging phase contrast X-ray imaging modality that generates exquisite soft tissue contrast at a vastly reduced absorbed radiation dose relative to absorption-based radiography for imaging applications,...
Grating-based X-ray dark-field contrast is an emerging new imaging modality that is demonstrating particularly high potential for radiography. The signal in dark-field X-ray imaging is determined by small-angle X-ray scattering at structures typically below the spatial resolution of the imaging...
Imaging techniques have become the accepted mainstay for the assessment of liver lesions in cirrhosis and, thanks to the improvement of their diagnostic capabilities in recent years, have further limited the need to resort to bioptic sampling. Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most common...
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