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  1. Clinical review: spinal imaging for the adult obtunded blunt trauma patient: update from 2004

    James O. M. Plumb, C. G. Morris
    Volume 38, Number 5 / May, 2012
    Review

  2. Extrapolation from ten sections can make CT-based quantification of lung aeration more practicable

    A. W. Reske, A. P. Reske, H. A. Gast, M. Seiwerts, A. Beda, U. Gottschaldt, C. Josten, D. Schreiter, N. Heller, H. Wrigge, M. B. Amato
    Volume 36, Number 11 / November, 2010
    Original

  3. A quantitative computed tomography assessment of brain weight, volume, and specific gravity in severe head trauma

    Thomas Lescot, Marie-Pierre Bonnet, Abederrezak Zouaoui, Jean-Charles Muller, Catalin Fetita, Pierre Coriat, Louis Puybasset
    Volume 31, Number 8 / August, 2005
    Original

  4. Computed tomography vs clinical and multidisciplinary procedures for early evaluation of severe abdomen and chest trauma — a cost analysis approach

    P. Navarrete-Navarro, G. Vázquez, J. M. Bosch, E. Fernández, R. Rivera, E. Carazo
    Volume 22, Number 3 / March, 1996
    Original

  5. Image reconstruction affects computer tomographic assessment of lung hyperinflation

    Andreas W. Reske, Harald Busse, Marcelo B. P. Amato, Matthias Jaekel, Thomas Kahn, Peter Schwarzkopf, Dierk Schreiter, Udo Gottschaldt, Matthias Seiwerts
    Volume 34, Number 11 / November, 2008
    Original

  6. Management of intra-abdominal organ injury following blunt abdominal trauma in children

    D. Rossi, J. de Ville de Goyet, S. Clément de Cléty, F. Wese, F. Veyckemans, P. Clapuyt, D. Moulin MD
    Volume 19, Number 7 / July, 1993
    Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care

  7. Scanographic comparison of high frequency oscillation with versus without tracheal gas insufflation in acute respiratory distress syndrome

    Spyros D. Mentzelopoulos, Maria Theodoridou, Sotirios Malachias, Sotiris Sourlas, Demetrios N. Exarchos, Demetrios Chondros, Charis Roussos, Spyros G. Zakynthinos
    Volume 37, Number 6 / June, 2011
    Original

  8. Prevalence of pulmonary hypertension associated with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome: Predictive value of computed tomography

    Martin Beiderlinden, Hilmar Kuehl, Tanja Boes, Jürgen Peters
    Volume 32, Number 6 / June, 2006
    Original

  9. Portable computed tomography performed on the intensive care unit

    Ulf K. M. Teichgräber, Jens Pinkernelle, Jan-Steffen Jürgensen, Jens Ricke, Udo Kaisers
    Volume 29, Number 3 / March, 2003
    Technical Note

  10. Computed tomography and post-laparotomy intra-abdominal abscesses

    P. Trunet, J. R. Le Gall, P. -L. Fagniez, D. Larde, N. Vasile, J. Carlet, M. Rapin
    Volume 8, Number 4 / July, 1982
    Methods and Devices

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