Drs Gary Lau, Henry Mak, Raymand Lee, Richard Chang, Windsor Mak, Gilberto Leung, Brian Kot, Edward Hui, Yat Fung Shea, Koon Ho Chan, Joseph Kwan, Jacky Lee and Anderson Tsang

Basic anatomy of CT brain

a) Various Densities in Axial Brain CT  The normal anatomy of brain is relatively easier to understand with CT than MRI, comparing to radiograph, it can better delineate different soft tissue density – Structures appearing “white” in an unenhanced CT brain can only be the following high density structures : ...

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Basic principles of CT brain

a) Principles of CT scan Computed Tomography (CT) is an imaging modality that uses computer-generated analysis ( i.e. computed ) of the x-ray attenuation through a section of the body tissue to produce cross-sectional images ( i.e. tomography ) with great anatomical details. Unlike plain ...

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