computed tomography

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computed tomography

[kəm′pyüd·əd tə′mä·grə·fē]
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Because of this environment, several agencies have taken measures to help reduce patients' radiation dose from CT scans.
Three teams of forensic artists and scientists - from France, the US and Egypt - built models of the boy pharaoh's face based on some 1,700 high-resolution photos from CT scans of his mummy to reveal what he looked like the day he died, nearly 3,300 years ago.
The CT scans - the first carried out an Egyptian mummy - have suggested the king was a healthy, yet slightly built 19-year-old, 5ft 6in tall, at the time of his death.
We have shown that a state-of-the-art CT scan can do as accurate a job at letting us know which patients have tumors which can be successfully surgically removed as the more invasive endoscopic ultrasound.
The first thing physicians should tell their patients" is that the findings apply to whole-body CT scans, said Dr.
The researchers found that the number of boys who went on to attend high school decreased as radiation doses increased to levels similar to those youngsters are exposed to when having a CT scan.
Levels of these blood proteins after mTBI/concussion can help predict which patients may have intracranial lesions visible by CT scan and which won't.
LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif Monday inaugurated the latest CT scan machine at District Headquarters Hospital, Kasur.
Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif inaugurated the latest CT scan machine at District Headquarters Hospital, Kasur, Monday.
A consultant radiologist who was blinded to the patients' outcomes reviewed all CT scans and calculated a CT Severity Index score.
A total of 265 CT scans were obtained for the 157 patients, with an average of 2.
in a retrospective study of 100 patients referred for CT scans, reported abnormalities in 61 patients.