CT unit

CT u·nit

a unit of x-ray attenuation in each picture element of the CT image. See: Hounsfield unit.
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Subsequently, there are tractors that can pull the CT unit and help reach deeper depths.
The building also has a consultation room, laboratory, sterilization rooms, a reception area and business office.<br />The facility's Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic has nine surgical treatment rooms, a diagnostic room with a cone-beam CT unit, a laboratory and consult rooms.
We have an older CT unit at the hospital where I am based, but I rarely use this unit anymore, because we recently acquired a GE Fightspeed 16-slice CT scanner at another of our hospitals that has much shorter acquisition times and much greater image resolution (0.6 mm).
After adding high-quality sheep to his flock, the farmer increased his focus on research and now sends 50 lambs per year to the Scottish College's CT unit analysis.
A single source 16 detector row CT unit (G E Bright Speed 16 slice; G E Medical Systems USA) was used with following parameters.
A CT unit usually comprises a set of equipment to perform standard continuous-length tubing operations in the oil and gas fields.
As well as holding the UK's first PR sheep sale, 10 years ago, CTC now hires it own mobile CT unit at IBERS Aberystwyth each year.
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Even following the recent events in the South of Yemen, some army generals accused the president of deliberately surrendering provinces to "terrorists" and using the elite CT unit, which has received hundreds of millions dollars of support, in irrelevant conflicts in Sadaa and, more recently, in Sanaa.
It was common for a CT unit (costing around $1 million to $1.5 million) to be fully paid back in a little more than a year.
The 256-slice CT unit is designed to acquire a large volume of data that can cover the brain or heart in a single rotation.