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This research measured the radiation exposure of the computed tomography(CT) localizer radiograph of the trunk of the body. The entrance surface dose for CT localizer radiograph was measured using radiophotoluminescent glass dosimeter(RPLD) on four points of measurement, including the center of the phantom, on the surface of a phantom placed in the center of a CT bed, assuming that the subject has a thickness of 20 cm. The entrance surface dose of the localizer radiograph under the chest CTdoi:10.6009/jjrt.2019_jsrt_75.12.1403 pmid:31866638 fatcat:nm7qiukainguhnj62hwrifvx5q