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kVp

(electronics)
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But KVP has been following YSR ever since they were classmates at Gulbarga Medical College in 1967.
The maximum diameter of the appendix vermiformis, the density of the most compressed site of the appendix vermiformis at 80 kVp and 140 kVp, VNC, iodine overlay, mixed, and monoenergetic (40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 keV) images were recorded.
KVP looks forward to continuing the work of MakeShaper and servicing customers at the same level they have come to expect.
The CT attenuation of the canal of 40 kVp image was 2.7 times higher compared with that of the conventional CT image (630.8 HU versus 230.4 HU).
The standard of care protocol was scanned at a tube voltage of 120 kVp with standard FBP image reconstruction.
The lower energy level of DECT acquisition (typically 80 kVp) improves CNR because the average photon energy is closer to the k-edge of iodine (33.2 keV) compared to a single energy polychromatic beam of 120 kVp.
The KVP will have a maturity period of eight years and four months.
Uma contribuicao importante deste trabalho e a integracao de uma tecnica multivariada (ACP) com dois metodos de classificacao: KVP e AD.
I am delighted to be a part of KVP and excited by the possibilities that lie ahead.
Mr Smith commented: "Last year the company was strengthened by its acquisition of KVP and investment in service centres and training, which have created very firm foundations from which to lead the company towards an even larger market share."
The strength or quality of photons is associated with kVp, which determines the penetrating ability of the photons.