CT scanner


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CT scanner

computerized tomography scanner: an X-ray machine that can produce stereographic images
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Prior to its arrival, the hospital used a mobile CT scanner based in its car park two days a week.
The new technology, called spectral CT, uses the full spectrum of the X-ray beam to differentiate objects that would be indistinguishable with a regular CT scanner that sees only black and white.
He said: "We want to secure a CT scanner for the Louth Hospital which has become increasingly busy in recent years.
The CT scanner, which has been in use at the hospital since December, will be demonstrated to the community in the hospital's radiology department Wednesday.
The four-location ENT practice looks to its new MiniCAT CT Scanners to provide a new level of quick and comprehensive care for patients
com/research/l94n4x/2013_deep) has announced the addition of the "2013 Deep Research Rerport on Global and China CT Scanner Industry" report to their offering.
Work is under way to install the pounds 500,000 CT scanner at Wansbeck General Hospital in Ashington and should be complete by the end of December.
In spite of having their own CT scanner now, they are continue to squander thousands on scans in the top Dublin hospital.
EMERGENCY patients brought into Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital will benefit from the installation of a new CT scanner.