Orientation and Interpretation of CT Images



Diagnosis based on CT interpretation is arrived at using the same steps as those for diagnosis by normal roentgenography. ... The past history and present status of the illness are investigated; diagnosis of the disease closest to the given history is then made. In interpreting the CT image, the image is compared with that of the normal anatomy and examined for abnormality in size or shape of organs or tissue. ... Therefore, for interpretation of the CT, it is essential to know how the anatomical figures of axial transverse sections of various parts of the normal body are constituted.


Internal Acoustic Meatus Oblique Fissure Paranasal Cavity Vaginal Tampon Anatomical Figure 
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