AAPM Report 39 - CT Acceptance Testing(1993)

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AAPM REPORT NO. 39 SPECIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE TESTING OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNERS i Published for the American Association of Physicists in Medicine by the American Institute of Physics AAPM REPORT NO. 39 SPECIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE TESTING OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNERS Report of Task Group 2 Diagnostic X-Ray Imaging Committee AAPM Members Pei-Jan Paul Lin (Task Group Co-Chairman) Thomas J. Beck (Task Group Co-Chairman) Caridad Borras Gerald Cohen Robert A. Jucius Robert J. Kriz E
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  AAPM REPORT NO. 39 SPECIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE TESTING OF COMPUTEDTOMOGRAPHY SCANNERS Published for the i American Association of Physicists in Medicineby the American Institute of Physics  AAPM REPORT NO. 39 SPECIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE TESTINGOF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNERSReport of Task Group 2Diagnostic X-Ray Imaging CommitteeAAPM Members Pei-Jan Paul Lin (Task Group Co-Chairman)Thomas J. Beck (Task Group Co-Chairman)Caridad BorrasGerald CohenRobert A. JuciusRobert J. KrizEdward L. Nickoloff Lawrence N. Rothenberg Keith J. Strauss Theodore Villafana Additional Contributors Robert K. CacakJoel E. GrayThomas N. HangartnerR. Edward HendrickRaymond P. RossiMay 1993Published for theAmerican Association of Physicists in Medicineby the American Institute of Physics  DISCLAIMER: This publication is based on sources and informationbelieved to be reliable, but the AAPM and the editors disclaim any warrantyor liability based on or relating to the contents of this publication.The AAPM does not endorse any products, manufacturers or suppliers.Nothing in this publication should be interpreted as implying suchendorsement.Further copies of this report may be obtained from:American Association of Physicists in Medicine335 East 45th StreetNew York, NY 10017International Standard Book Number: 1-56396-230-6International Standard Serial Number: 0271-7344©1993 by the American Associationof Physicists in MedicineAll rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, storedin a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means(electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise) withoutthe prior written permission of the publisher.Published by the American Institute of Physics, Inc.335 East 45th Street, New York, NY 10017Printed in the United States of America  PrefaceThe Computed Tomography (CT) Scanner Task Group was formed to pro-vide a reference document of suggested procedures for acceptance testing of CT systems for clinical medical physicists.The AAPM first addressed per-formance testing of CT systems with the publication of AAPM Report No.1, “Phantoms for Performance Evaluation and Quality Assurance of CTScanners”. Since publication of Report No. 1 in 1977, CT system designshave evolved and research has improved our understanding of principles andlimitations of CT systems. These changes in technology and our under-standing of them prompted the formation of this task group.This report is intended to be a source of acceptance testing procedures, aswell as an educational tool for those medical physicists whose primary re-sponsibilities lie in areas other than diagnostic imaging. In addition to ac-ceptance testing procedures, the related issues of specification writing and ra-diation shielding design are also discussed.
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