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Everything you need to know about Computed Tomography (CT) & CT Scanning


A core requirement of CT scanning is a fundemental knowledge of normal anatomy. As CT expands into new areas including peripheral angiography and coronary artery imaging we are studying areas whose anatomy is at times a challenge. As a service to our members I thought that a section dedicated to normal anatomy would be a great idea. I hope you agree and if so let me know what areas we should prioritize.

The hand/wrist, foot and ankle, and lung sections were all based on RSNA 2003 presentations.

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