International Journal of Inflammation / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Review Article

Pancreatic Perfusion CT in Early Stage of Severe Acute Pancreatitis

Table 1

Scanning protocols of pancreatic perfusion CT.

AuthorsDiseaseCTThe number of detectorkvmAImagesContrast matterDuration time (sec)Algorithm
Injection rate (mL/sec)Amount

Miles [25]50–100604–740 mL60Deconvolution
100–250157–1050 mL45Compartment
100–25064100 mL120Patlak plot
Tsushima and kusano [15]NormalS119540 mL85Maximum slope
Abe et al. [16]PCG11206050.5 mL/kg40Deconvolution
Bize et al. [17]APP169010040540 mL40Maximum slope
Tsuji et al. [18]APT16/6412030–5030–48440 mL33–48Deconvolution
Tsuji et al. [27]AP/NETT648040106440 mL54Deconvolution
Sheiman and Stick [28]NormalG641008030440 mL90Compartment
d’Assignies et al. [20]NETG6410010070440 mL150Compartment
Park et al. [21]PCS6410010030550 mL30Patlak plot
Kandel et al. [19]PCT3201004519860 mL80Maximum slope

PC: pancreatic cancer; AP: acute pancreatitis; NET: neuroendocrine tumor; S: Siemens; G: GE Health care; P: Philipse; T: Toshiba.

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