Imaging Devices

These pieces of equipment use various scientific principles to build an image of part, or all, of a human body, such as the womb or the skeleton.

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Ultrasound Scanners

Ultrasound Scanners

These devices use extremely high frequency sound to create images of the body or measure certain characteristics such as blood velocity.

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Computed Tomography

Computed Tomography

Often known as CT scanners, these devices use a narrow beam X-rays to measure “slices” of the body, which are then processed by a computer and turned into a 3D image.

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Endoscopy Devices

Endoscopy Devices

Using flexible tubes with a combined camera and light source at the end, these devices can take images inside the body. Although the tubes are placed inside the body, they tend to be very thin and are minimally invasive.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Often shortened to MRI machines, these devices use superconductive electromagnets and non-ionizing radiation to map hydrogen atoms in the body and use this to create a detailed 3D model.

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Imaging Devices

Medical imaging devices are used to build pictures of the internal structures of the body, generally in a non-invasive way (one of the exceptions being endoscopes). These devices can generate a single flat image or 3D model of the body.

Medical imaging as a practice began with x-rays, used to acquire images of the denser parts of the human body. Later technological advances led to the development of new techniques such as computed tomography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, and endoscopy.

The data gathered by these devices can be used to diagnose or detect illnesses, otherwise monitor the health of a patient, or gather data on different parts of the body.

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