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Iterative reconstruction techniques reduce radiation dose for pediatric brain CT

Estimated radiation doses are substantially lower for pediatric CT exams of the brain that used an adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction technique (ASIR) compared to those that did not use ASIR.
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