Definitions for "Computed tomography"
A diagnostic technique used to measure bone mass at the spine and other areas of the skeleton through a computerized radiographic method.
Imaging technique that produces precise pictures of tissue using a narrow beam of radiation and computers.
(CT). As generated X-rays pass through different types of tissue, they are deflected or absorbed to different degrees. CT uses X-rays to obtain three-dimensional images by rotating an X-ray source around the subject and measuring the intensity of transmitted X-rays from different angles.
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(CT) (tO-mog-ru-fE)