Artifact-free computed tomography of the chest and abdomen in the severely ill patient

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      A method is described for obtaining consistently high-quality images during nonneurologic computed tomography of the severely ill and uncooperative patient using a neuromuscular blocker to induce apnea. Careful control of respiration during data acquisition eliminates motion artifacts.


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