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Computerised transverse axial tomography of the brain

Abstract

The computerised transverse axial x-ray tomography system (CAT) developed by EMI has improved the accuracy of diagnosing intracranial lesions, and has made potentially risky and unpleasant invasive techniques such as arteriography and air encephalography less necessary.1 The management of patients is therefore easier.

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