Video from ECR 2016: Mats Danielsson on CT dose

March 5, 2016

VIENNA - What's a medical physicist's take on CT dose reduction? To find out, we asked Mats Danielsson, PhD, professor and head of the research group in medical imaging at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and director for the Center for Life Sciences Imaging at KTH-Karolinska. In an interview with AuntMinnieEurope.com Editor-in-Chief Philip Ward at ECR 2016, he also speaks about the Karolinska, following the recent case of alleged fraud.

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Dr. Mats Danielsson on CT dose, plus alleged fraud at the Karolinska.

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