EuroSafe Imaging 2020
Not applicable, Retrospective, Dosimetric comparison, Radiation safety, Physics, Dosimetry, CT, Radioprotection / Radiation dose, Radiation physics, Physics in Medical Imaging
S. Avramova-Cholakova, E. Kulama
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