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Helical ct

Helical ct --> spiral computed tomography

(Science: radiology) computed tomography in which the x-ray tube continuously revolves around the patient, who is simultaneously moved longitudinally; computer interpolation allows reconstruction of standard transverse scans or images in any preferred plane.

Synonym: helical computed tomography, helical ct, spiral ct.


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