CAT scan

  1. an image produced by scanning
    you could see the tumor in the CAT scan
    he analyzed the brain scan
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How To Use CAT scan In A Sentence

  • Instead, before surgery, Lombardi takes the patient's CAT scan, computerizes it and then creates a three-dimensional model of the troubled joint to do a better, faster job in surgery. RSS
  • About 30 major medical centers in the United States have xenon CAT scan technology.
  • CT scans, previously known as CAT scans (they dropped the word "axial"), are done with machines that look like MRI (magnetic something or other) machines, with your whole body in a wee little tunnel. Columnist: Stephen Miller
  • Fascinating Mummies" brings together a selection of pieces from the museum centered around mummification and death rituals, including recent cat scans of mummies, revealing previously unseen contents of the sarcophagi. What's On Around Europe
  • A CAT Scan is a good assist in helping us diagnose your father's illness.
  • It can not be stripped to its complexity by cat scan or telescope.
  • But they said, they told us looking at his CAT scan that both lobes of his brain had been severed.
  • But Golota, described as awake and alert after passing a CAT scan, was released Sunday morning.
  • The most dramatic was when his doctors thought the "stool ball" in his intestines was a tumor and admitted him to the children's hospital for ultrasounds and cat scans. Hold The Mustard
  • I mean you could go in and you would have bloods taken, x-rays done, CAT scans, all sorts of things done to you.
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