One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A form of tomography in which a computer controls the motion of the X-ray source and detectors, processes the data, and produces the image.
- ‘Another technique that might do for endoscopy what the computerized axial tomography has done for radiology is optical coherence tomography.’
- ‘A computerized axial tomography scan showed multiple hyperdense lesions in the right and left lobes of the liver.’
- ‘Among the technologies that may be strengthened are radar, computerized axial tomography X-ray scanners, and magnetic resonance imaging systems.’
- ‘Magnetic resonance imaging or computerized axial tomography scans are not sensitive enough to distinguish between hyaline cartilage (ie, normal) and fibrocartilage (ie, scar).’
- ‘The most familiar of these is computerized axial tomography (the CAT scan, introduced in the 1970s), which uses x-rays and computers to produce clear cross-section images of body parts.’
- ‘An ECG, electroencephalogram, electromyogram, and brain computerized axial tomography scan were normal.’
- ‘Dynamic computerized axial tomography analysis revealed more overinflated units in the left subcarinal slice with pressure-controlled inverse ratio ventilation.’
- ‘Toward the end of the century, computerized axial tomography and nuclear magnetic resonance tomography were also valuable, particularly when distinguishing between tuberculous and cancerous lesions.’
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