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2021 AAPM Virtual 63rd Annual Meeting - Session: Dose and Imaging Performance Assessment in CT and CBCT

Diagnostic Reference Levels (DRLs) and Achievable Doses (ADs) for the 11 Most Commonly Performed Pediatric CT Examinations in the United States (USA) as a Function of Patient Age and Size Using 1.5 Million Examinations in the American College of Radiology
Kalpana Kanal, PhD University of Washington

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A Method to Estimate a Fan-Beam CT NPS Using Two Basis Functions with a Limited Number of Noise Realizations - Hanjoo Jang
An Assessment of Uncertainties in Pediatric CT Organ Dosimetry When Scan Parameters and Individual Body Morphometry Are Unknown - Cameron Kofler
Fast Monte Carlo Simulation of Non-Isotropic X-Ray Source for CT Dose Calculation - Sen Wang Stanford University
Longitudinal QC Testing of CBCT and Helical MDCT Systems with a Unified Image Quality and Dose Phantom - Mahadevappa Mahesh, PhD Johns Hopkins University
A Scanner-Specific Simulation Platform for Virtual Imaging Trials in Deep Si-Based Photon-Counting CT - Shobhit Sharma Duke University
Accurate and Efficient Measurement of Channelized Hotelling Observer-Based Low-Contrast Detectability On the ACR Accreditation Phantom - Mingdong Fan Mayo Clinic
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