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virtual non-calcium
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DECT (31 times)
MRI (12 times)
BME (11 times)
2014 Use of dual-energy CT and virtual non-calcium techniques to evaluate post-traumatic bone bruises in knees in the subacute setting.
virtual noncalcium imaging
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DECT (2 times)
CT (1 time)
CTA (1 time)
2019 Dual-Energy CT Monitoring of Cryoablation Zone Growth in the Spinal Column and Bony Pelvis: A Laboratory Study.
virtual non-contrast images of arterial
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TNC (1 time)
vBMD (1 time)
2020 Phantomless assessment of volumetric bone mineral density using virtual non-contrast images from spectral detector computed tomography.
virtual noncalcium technique
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AUC (1 time)
kV (1 time)
ROC (1 time)
2021 Fast kilovoltage (KV)-switching dual-energy CT virtual noncalcium technique using different reconstruction kernels for identifying acute and chronic vertebral compression fractures.
VNC arterial phase
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CNR (1 time)
CT (1 time)
GSI (1 time)
2015 Virtual non-contrast computer tomography (CT) with spectral CT as an alternative to conventional unenhanced CT in the assessment of gastric cancer.
VNC images including in the arterial
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Complementary Therapies
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CNR (1 time)
CT (1 time)
TNC (1 time)
2015 Application of computed tomography virtual noncontrast spectral imaging in evaluation of hepatic metastases: a preliminary study.
VNC images reconstructed from the arterial
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ROI (1 time)
TNC (1 time)
VNC (1 time)
2021 Virtual Non-Contrast versus True Non-Contrast Computed Tomography: Initial Experiences with a Photon Counting Scanner Approved for Clinical Use.