Acceptance testing of medical imaging equipment: CT and MRI.
Acquisition of medical imaging equipment should be followed by verification of its ability to satisfy clinical objectives. This verification normally is fulfilled by initial acceptance testing before clinical use and by an ongoing quality-assurance program thereafter. This article describes our experience with the acceptance testing of computed tomography scanners and magnetic resonance imaging systems.
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