Computed Tomography (CT):

Developed in the 1970's, this imaging method scans the body from many different angles, feeding the information into a computer that produces a series of cross - sectional images. CT is particularly useful for diagnosing blood clots and brain tumors.
CT is fast, patient friendly and has the unique ability to image a combination of soft tissue, bone, and blood vessels. CT is the workhorse imaging system in most busy radiology departments and diagnostic centers. Since its invention some 25 years ago, CT imaging has seen massive advances in technology and clinical performance. Today CT enables the diagnosis of a wider array of illness and injury than ever before!
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Computed Tomography (CT SCan)

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" Fluoro CT" guided biopsy of a lung abnormality, note the needle approaching from the upper left of the image. This is one image out of a series of images acquired dynamically at up to 8 frames per second. The radiologist can observe the trajectory of the needle as it is advanced towards the abnormality to be sampled.
GE- CTI Helical Machine
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