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1. What is the CT?
     Computed tomography scanner (CT) is a complex device which serves to produce images of our body. These images are used to make a diagnosis that will lead to maximum efficiency of the treatment prescribed by your doctor.

 

     CT scanner is like a ring. Like most radiological appliances, tomography scanner uses X-rays. Compared to conventional radiographies body images are “cut” and processed; most CT scanners allow taking images of different forms (i.e. 3D). The images are obtained by rotating an “arch” that emits X-rays and receives information from the patient’s body through X-ray sensors that are always in opposition with the emitters. The sensors detect X-rays power; the denser the tissue is the fewer rays pass through. The sensors send data to a computer. Different types of tissue with different density are shown on the image as different shades of gray or different colors. So, altogether, the computer forms a cross section image of the body.


     CT lounge moves easily before through the “ring” in order to take the picture of next section. Modern scanners can produce 3-dimensional images from received data.

     CT scanning is not painful. The patient does not see or feel X-rays.
 
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