Catégorie  Radiologie 101

Qu'est-ce qu'un scanner?

Patient subissant un scanner
Computer tomography or CT uses special x-ray equipment to produce image data of the body from different angles. It uses a computer to process the information and show a cross-section of body organs and tissues. CT imaging is useful because…

Qu'est-ce qu'une IRM?

MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging. It is a painless and safe diagnostic tool that uses radio waves and magnetic fields to produce detailed images of structures and organs inside the body. The technology is different from computer tomography (CT)…

Qu'est-ce qu'une échographie?

Ultrasound is an important medical imaging tool that uses sound waves to produce images of the internal structures of the body. Doctors use ultrasound to diagnose the causes of various health conditions, including inflammation, pain, and infection. Ultrasound is useful…

Imagerie aux rayons X expliquée

Imagerie aux rayons X expliquée
X-ray imaging involves electromagnetic waves or radiation used to create pictures of the internal parts of the body. The images show your body parts in various shades of black and white. The reason is that tissues can absorb different levels…

CT scan expliqué

Les scans CT expliqués - 3Dicom Viewer
If you have ever gone to the doctor for something serious, like a physical injury, they might sometimes recommend having a CT scan. If you are worried about what CT scan is, we have compiled a guide to let you…

Qu'est-ce que la radiologie?

Radiologie médicale - Visionneuse 3Dicom
Radiology, in its simplest explanation, is the ability to capture images of the inside of humans using electromagnetic and controlled nuclear radiation. For thousands of years, humans have experienced various diseases and adverse health conditions which can display their effects…
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