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CT scanner

n.
A device that uses computed tomography to produce detailed pictures of internal bodily structures from x-ray images.
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The spectral CT scanner used in this study is still a prototype instrument.
Network director for the North of England Cancer Network Roy McLachlan said: "We are delighted to have been able to bring this state-of-the-art PET CT scanner to the region to provide the best treatment possible for our patients close to their homes.
Another benefit is that the new CT scanner minimizes patient discomfort.
With the MiniCAT CT scanners we are able to get sinus and temporal bone CT scans performed sooner for our patients, while significantly reducing their exposure to radiation as well as their costs," says Virginia ENT's Dr.
In the end, the report discusses the 200units/Year 16S CT Scanner new project SWOT analysis, investment feasibility analysis, investment return analysis and also gives related research conclusions and a development trend analysis of the Global and Chinese industry.
A spokesman for Naas Hospital admitted patients were been forced to travel to the Adelaide, Meath and Tallaght Hospital for scans as their new CT scanner was not in use.
Dr Richard Wellings, a radiologist at the city centre hospital, said: "Earlier this year we were invited to apply for a government-funded replacement for our 12-year-old CT scanner.
The spiral CT scanner will help doctors diagnose emergency room and critical care patients more quickly.
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1 piece of 64-slice volume CT scanner (supply, installation, commissioning and training) with all necessary system components and accessories that are necessary to the functioning of the system, even if they are not explicitly listed in the specifications.
The MiniCAT CT scanner allows PENTA's physicians to accelerate diagnosis and treatment of our patients' sinus and ear conditions, providing them faster relief from their symptoms," said Marc Surkin, MD, President of PENTA.