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computerized

adapted for analysis, storage and retrieval on a computer.

computerized axial tomography
computerized clinical data storage
clinical data is keyed in the examination room, the clinical pathology laboratory and the radiology section. It is then capable of analysis in terms of diagnosis, identity of the veterinarian, drugs used, inventory reset and accounts raised. Accounts can be made up and posted and a monthly statement of income and expenditure prepared.
computerized transaxial tomography
see computed tomography.
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