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Hounsfield units on computerized tomography predict stone-free rates after extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy.
Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy success based on body mass index and Hounsfield units.
The attenuation coefficient of air is neglected in the estimate of the Hounsfield Units.
Scanner data are presented in Hounsfield units, which are the scaled attenuation coefficients relative to the attenuation of water.
The pot was then scanned at 3 depths and the depth with the most homogeneous Hounsfield unit values (H) of the bulk soil was chosen to examine the beam hardening effect.
The mean CT value was 40 Hounsfield unit for solid parts, and fluorodeoxyglucose uptake increased, and the maximal standard uptake value was 2.
6] There is a pitfall of CT called pseudoenhancement, which is actually an artificial elevation of the Hounsfield unit measurements of a renal cyst measured on the contrast-enhanced CT images.
Hounsfield unit score [less than or equal to]10) was confirmed with CT imaging.
Each pixel was characterised by an X-ray attenuation value that was converted to a Hounsfield Unit (HU).
High-resolution computed tomography (CT) detected a lesion in the left IAC with a signal of -29 to -109 Hounsfield units (figure 1A).
The liver normally measures 6 to 12 Hounsfield units denser than the spleen.