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Three-dimensional cardiac rotational angiography: effective radiation dose and image quality implications

3-Dimensional rotational X-ray imaging, 3D-RX: image quality and patient dose simulation for optimisation studies

Doppler images from dual-site observations of southern rapidly rotating stars — I. Differential rotation on PZ Tel

Radiation dose from 3D rotational X-ray imaging: organ and effective dose with conversion factors

Cardiac three-dimensional rotational angiography can be performed with low radiation dose while preserving image quality

Multi-phase rotational angiography of the left ventricle to assist ablations: feasibility and accuracy of novel imaging

Adenosine-induced ventricular asystole or rapid ventricular pacing to enhance three-dimensional rotational imaging during cardiac ablation procedures

Three-dimensional rotational angiography fused with multimodal imaging modalities for targeted endomyocardial injections in the ischaemic heart

Intracardiac echocardiography for registration of rotational angiography-based left atrial reconstructions: a novel approach integrating two intraprocedural three-dimensional imaging techniques in atrial fibrillation ablation

Three-dimensional coronary sinus reconstruction-guided left ventricular lead implantation based on intraprocedural rotational angiography: a novel imaging modality in cardiac resynchronization device implantation†

A new approach for contrast-enhanced X-ray imaging of the left atrium and pulmonary veins for atrial fibrillation ablation: rotational angiography during adenosine-induced asystole

Early repair of necrotic lesion of the femoral head after high-degree posterior rotational osteotomy in young patients—a study evaluated by volume measurement using magnetic resonance imaging

Effect of body mass index on the image quality of rotational angiography without rapid pacing for planning of transcatheter aortic valve implantation: a comparison with multislice computed tomography


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Experiments by Roger Shepard, at Stanford, have shown that at least most people can ‘rotate’ mental images of fairly simple objects and that this rotation can take place only at ...

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