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How does it work? - Computer tomography scanner

How does it work? - Computer tomography scanner

This animation demonstrates the structure and operation of CT scanners.

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datortomogrāfijas skeneris, DT, Rentgena, radioloģija, attēlveidošana, tomogrāfiskais attēls, diagnosticēšana, slimība, diagnostika, Rentgena lampas, Rentgenstaru starojums, portāls, detektora gredzens, Rentgena filma, datu apstrādes dators, datu process, Personāldators, ārsts, Bioloģija, Fizika, skeneris, medicīniskais aprīkojums, dzīšana, tehnika

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