How does it work? - Computer tomography scanner
This animation demonstrates the structure and operation of CT scanners.
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- data processing computer
- motorised platform
- scanner drum
- detector ring
- X-ray tube
- X-ray beam
Principle of imaging
- computerised data process
- detector ring
- scanned object
- projection of the scanned object
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