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Scan offers an interactive and playful narrative where audience can use their mobile phones to scan a QR barcode located on drawing of a skull where tumour, the interaction takes the audience to the actual MRI 'scan' of her brain.
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Cohort study of Western Australia computed tomography utilisation patterns and their policy implicationsGibson, David; Moorin, Rachael; Holman, C D. (2014)Background: Computed tomography (CT) scanning is a relatively high radiation dose diagnostic imaging modality with increasing concerns about radiation exposure burden at the population level in scientific literature. This ...
The disproportionate risk burden of CT scanning on females and younger adults in Australia: a retrospective cohort studyGibson, D.; Moorin, Rachael; Semmens, James; Holman, C D. (2014)Objectives: To explore the interaction of computed tomography (CT) use, dose and radiation risk of Australian Medicare-funded CT scanning and the impact on cancer incidence and mortality. Methods: This retrospective cohort ...
Multislice CT of the head and body routine scans: Are scanning protocols adjusted for paediatric patients?Sun, Zhonghua; Al Ghamdi, K.; Baroum, I. (2012)Purpose: To investigate whether the multislice CT scanning protocols of head, chest and abdomen are adjusted according to patient’s age in paediatric patients. Materials and Methods: Multislice CT examination records of ...