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A Brief Introduction to CT Scanning

in Here is your first Forum Tue Jul 02, 2013 2:30 pm
by chainsaw • 299 Posts

</div></div><p> The main function of the computed tomography scanner is to take images of the internal organs of the body. The motive of this scan is to provide detailed anatomical information according to different shades of grey. A specific kind of contrast medium is used for scanning purposes by using a fluid through intravenous or through oral intervention <a href="http://www.gzpollyshoes.com">Men slippers</a>. </p><p> If the computed tomography scanner is opened up, the basic tools which can be found would be XRAY tubes, arc detectors and flat panels. The whole device is mounted on a gantry with a particular circular aperture. Along the long axis or the z axis where the patient is laid, you would be fiding the arc of detectors which are being used for taking the 64 slices of images. The total numbers of arc detectors have helped in coining of the name 64 slice CT scanning. The most common name for a CT scan in medical parlance is multi detector computed tomography. The detectors which are present during the scanning process, ranges from 12 mm to 160 mm length wise <a href="http://www.plttr.com">TTR</a>. </p><p> With the passing times, the aspect of computed tomography scanning has evolved giving ways to new methods such as computed tomography Coronary, especially used for heart issues and CT Angiography, which is used for scanning and cleaning of the valves. The time has made this detector thinner and finer for coming up more precise results of the patient. Volume CT scanning or Volumetric imaging modality has given way to reconstruction without the loss of image quality on a plane <a href="http://www.chinagemfactory.com">gemstone beads</a>. Medical science has taken these advantages of restructuring the site in the 3D display mode. </p><p> It has to be kept in mind, all these scanning techniques uses some amount of radiation. The imaging can be taken through the implementation of some amount of radiation. The more clearly the image, more application of radiation is needed. So observation has to be kept continually to keep a check on radiation. </p>

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