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Removal of intravenous drip

Removal of intravenous drip

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THOMAS FREDBERG / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY THOMAS FREDBERG / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Removal of intravenous drip from a patient's arm after a CT scan. Also known as CAT (computed axial tomography) scanning, CT (computed tomography) scanning is a diagnostic technique in which X-rays are passed through the body at different angles to produce cross sectional images. Sometimes a contrast fluid is administered intravenously via a drip during CT scanning. Contrast media are opaque to X-rays and enhance the contrast of the images, improving the detail of the scans. A computer then produces cross-sectional images of the tissue being examined. This technique provides clearer and more detailed information about body tissues than X- rays used by themselves.

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