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Manuel Arreola

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University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
Area:
Radiation Physics, Medical Biophysics
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http://xray.ufl.edu/patient-care/faculty-listing/manuel-m-arreola-md/
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Libby Frances Brateman grad student 1993 University of Florida
Lawrence Terrell Fitzgerald grad student 1993 University of Florida
 (Objective assessment of image quality in conventional fluoroscopy and the low-contrast detectability of objects in carbon dioxide angiography.)
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Barreto I, Pepin E, Davis I, et al. (2020) Comparison of metal artifact reduction using single-energy CT and dual-energy CT with various metallic implants in cadavers. European Journal of Radiology. 133: 109357
Barreto I, Lamoureux R, Olguin C, et al. (2019) Impact of patient centering in CT on organ dose and the effect of using a positioning compensation system: Evidence from OSLD measurements in postmortem subjects. Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics
Pai R, Modh R, Lamoureux RH, et al. (2018) Image Quality and Patient-Specific Organ Doses in Stone Protocol CT: A Comparison of Traditional CT to Low Dose CT with Iterative Reconstruction. Biomed Research International. 2018: 5120974
Lipnharski I, Carranza C, Quails N, et al. (2016) SU-F-I-46: Optimizing Dose Reduction in Adult Head CT Protocols While Maintaining Image Quality in Postmortem Head Scans. Medical Physics. 43: 3397
Canales BK, Sinclair L, Kang D, et al. (2016) Changing Default Fluoroscopy Equipment Settings Decreases Entrance Skin Dose in Patients. The Journal of Urology. 195: 992-7
Lipnharski I, Quails N, Carranza C, et al. (2016) SU‐F‐I‐36: In‐Utero Dose Measurements Within Postmortem Subjects for Estimating Fetal Doses in Pregnant Patients Examined with Pulmonary Embolism, Trauma, and Appendicitis CT Medical Physics. 43: 3394-3395
Carranza C, Lipnharski I, Quails N, et al. (2016) SU-F-SPS-03: Direct Measurement of Organ Doses Resulting From Head and Cervical Spine Trauma CT Protocols Medical Physics. 43: 3350-3351
Liu Z, Hoerner M, Lamoureux R, et al. (2015) SU-D-204-06: Dose and Image Quality Evaluation of a Low-Dose Slot-Scanning X-Ray System for Pediatric Orthopedic Studies. Medical Physics. 42: 3217
Sinclair L, Griglock TM, Mench A, et al. (2015) Determining Organ Doses from CT with Direct Measurements in Postmortem Subjects: Part 2--Correlations with Patient-specific Parameters. Radiology. 277: 471-6
Griglock TM, Sinclair L, Mench A, et al. (2015) Determining Organ Doses from CT with Direct Measurements in Postmortem Subjects: Part 1--Methodology and Validation. Radiology. 277: 463-70
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