Radiation Doses in Medical Imaging : Historical development, current radiation knowledge and future
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AbstractList of papers. Papers I and II are removed from the thesis due to copyright restrictions.
Paper I Borgen L, Østensen H, Gudmundsen TE, Stranden E, Olerud HM. Shift in imaging modalities of the urinary tract over a 25-year period and its impact on ionizing radiation doses given to patients. Scandinavian Journal of Urology and Nephrology 2007; 41: 110-114 doi:10.1080/00365590600911258
Paper II Borgen L, Østensen H, Stranden E, Olerud HM, Gudmundsen TE. Shift in imaging modalities of the spine through 25 years and its impact on patient ionizing radiation doses. European Journal of Radiology 2006; 60: 115-119 doi:10.1016/j.ejrad.2006.05.016
Paper III Borgen L, Stranden E, Espeland A. Clinicians' justification of imaging: do radiation issues play a role? Insights into Imaging 2010; 1:193–200 doi:10.1007/s13244-010-0029-4 Published with open access at Springerlink.com
Paper IV Borgen L, Lærum F, Hachette IW, Fredriksson C, Sandborg M, Kalra M, Smedby Ö. Application of adaptive nonlinear 2D and 3D post-processing filters for reduced dose abdominal CT. ACTA Rad 2012; 53(3):335-342. doi:10.1258/ar.2011.110563 This is the final draft, after peer-review, of a manuscript published in RSM journals: www.rsmpress.com.