3-D CT scan of dividing bronchioles in the lung

3-D CT scan of dividing bronchioles in the lung

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Caption: Lung bronchioles. Three-dimensional computed tomo- graphy (CT) scan of dividing bronchioles in the right lung. Bronchioles are the small tubes leading from the trachea and bronchi to the alve- oli (air sacs) in the lungs. CT scans use X-rays to take slice images through the body, which are combined to give this 3-D endoscopic effect. This virtual endoscopy allows a detailed view of inte- rnal structures without using invasive techniques.

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Keywords: 3-d, 3-d ct scan, anatomy, bronchiole, bronchioles, ct scan, endoscope, human body, lung, respiratory system, virtual, virtual endoscope

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