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please answer me fast and dont let me wait i'm so scared
2 years ago i got a ct scan for my head it was
head ct with and without contrast
im afraid that i got a lot of radiation than allowed in that scan
here is a picture from the disc i got
total mas 4159
and total dlp 2156
i read to get the total radiation in msv
i need the conversion rate which i read on the internet it is for head and for an adult person
so 2156 * 0.0021= 4.5 msv which it is fine for me
but how i khnow they used a conversion rate of
0.0021 and did not used 0.0053 for example?
which if they used a conversion rate of 0.0053 like it is in the neck scan and for baby scan
it is a total radiation of 11 msv
please help me that Unnecessary scan i got 2 years ago destroyed my life
im 26 years old
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