Phosphor plate computed radiography: Response to variation in mAs at fixed kVp in an animal model. Potential role in neonatal imaging

N. J. Broderick, B. Long, R. G. Dreesen, M. D. Cohen, D. A. Cory, B. P. Katz, L. A. Kalasinski

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