Computer tomography (CT) is a further development of the classic X-ray process. It is used to display individual layers of the body without overlapping. CT scanners are among the most important equipment used by radiologists to diagnose many disorders. Today, this technology is used in all district hospitals and also many specialist doctor’s surgeries.
In a computer tomograph, X-ray sources and opposing image capturing systems rotate in the same direction around the patient. This is in contrast to classic X-ray machines, which only take images from one direction. The X-ray source generates a narrow X-ray (fan-shaped beam). This passes through the body. The detectors opposite the X-ray source receive the weakened signals that have passed through the patient’s body, process them electronically and transfer them to a computer for evaluation.
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