Medical Imaging Techniques Quiz

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What is the technique used to generate a three-dimensional image of the inside of an object?

What moves the patient into the scanner gantry during the imaging process?

How many profiles are acquired within one rotation during the imaging process?

What is formed when a full set of profiles from each rotation are compiled and analyzed by a computer?

Which of the following is NOT an example of the internal structures for which CT scans provide detailed images?

What type of images do CT scans provide?

In CT scans, what can the detailed cross-sectional images be used for?

In CT scans, detailed cross-sectional images can be used for ____.

Computed tomography (CT) is a ____ imaging technique.

What is formed when a full set of profiles from each rotation are compiled and analyzed by a computer?

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Test your knowledge of medical imaging techniques used for diagnostic purposes, guidance for treatment, and detection of various conditions. Learn about the use of digital geometry processing to create three-dimensional images from two-dimensional X-ray images.

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