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Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy (iFluoroscopy) is an imaging technique that uses X-rays to obtain real-time moving images of the interior of an object. In its primary application of medical imaging, a fluoroscope (p)fluoroscopefluoroscope allows a physician to see the internal structure and function of a patient, so that the pumping action of the heart or the motion of swallowing, for example, can be watched. This is useful for both diagnosis and therapy and occurs in general radiology, interventional radiology, and image-guided surgery.

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Total Publications
Lifetime
10,164
Prior Five Years
2,364
Total Citations
Lifetime
103,977
Prior Five Years
9,484
Total Scholars
Lifetime
22,330
Prior Five Years
17,734

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Germany
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#2
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China
#2
Germany
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#3
South Korea
#3
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#4
United States
#4
Switzerland
#4
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#5
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#5
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#6
Switzerland
#6
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#6
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#7
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United Kingdom
#8
United States
#9
United States
#9
South Korea
#9
Canada
#10
United States
#10
South Korea
#10
United States
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