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Extending the search pattern in computed tomography

Clinical Radiology 38(2): 145-149
Extending the search pattern in computed tomography
Computed tomography has made new demands upon the traditional search patterns used by radiologists. These demands reflect not only the novel orientation of the images, being a series of axial slices, but also increased detail shown on the films. The scope for macropathological correlation with the image has also increased. Review areas are suggested which are pertinent to interpretation of the scans.

Accession: 005432760

PMID: 3568548

DOI: 10.1016/s0009-9260(87)80014-4

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