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What does CT mean?
Computed Tomography (CT), also known as Computerized Axial Tomography (CAT), is a medical imaging method that uses rotating X-ray machines and computer processing to create cross-sectional images (slices) of specific areas of bones, organs, and other tissues.
CT shows more detail than a regular X-ray.
The word tomography is from the Greek word "tomos" meaning ‘slice’ or ‘section’ and "graphe" meaning ‘drawing’.
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What is the full form of CT?
The full form of CT is Computed Tomography
What are the full forms of CT in Medical?
Computed Tomography | Cycle threshold | Calcitonin | Cognitive Therapy
What are the full forms of CT in Worldwide?
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