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I chose this topic because I a found it as a very interesting thing which I wanted to know more about I have been CT-scanned when I had concussion after a car accident when I was seven Also because my father has been under a CT-scanner and a lot of my friends Anatomists morphologists and biologists have tried to understand the way living creatures are living and what they look like inside Dr Frourie in 1974 painfully cut organisms into thin slices to study their internal arrangement to better understand them Today these people use CT scanners instead It is a lot easier less bloody takes shorter time and the sample is not affected or destroyed during the procedure- the advantages are numerous This technique enables us to visualize the inside of us humans organisms or other objects in 3-D geometry CTscans stands for Computed Tomography It is a way of looking inside your body using a special camera It is an advanced scanning x-ray and computer system that makes detailed pictures of horizontal cross-sections of the body or the part of the body that is x-rayed A CT scan is a diagnostic test that combines the use of x-ray with computer technology A series of x-beams from many different angles are used to get these cross-sectional images of the patients body In a computer these pictures are assembled into a 3-dimentianal picture that can display organs tissues bones and any such thing It can even show ducts blood vessels and tumors One of the advantages of CT is that it clearly shows soft tissue structures such as brain as well as dense tissue structure such as bone The pictures of a Ctscanner are a lot more detailed than the pictures of a regular X-ray machine It can make pictures of areas protected or
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