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From: Use of pulmonary CT angiography with low tube voltage and low-iodine-concentration contrast agent to diagnose pulmonary embolism

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(a) 64-year-old man with pulmonary embolism. The CTPA performed with 80 kVp/40 ml 270 mg I/ml. Mild iodine contrast agent beam hardening artifacts in the superior vena cava (a, axial thin slice image) were observed, and 5–6 pulmonary arterial branches (b, coronal MIP image with 800 Hu-window width and 80 Hu-window center) were displayed.

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