Did you perhaps mean tomography?
- n. a machine for making an x-ray of a single plane of the body
- n. X-ray machine in which a computer builds a detailed image of a particular plane through an object from multiple X-ray measurements
“In the next few weeks he had a special nuclear scan called a PET (positron emission tomograph) that tracked the functions of his brain and gave his neurologist -- he now had a specialist in his corner -- a picture of his problem.”
“Then the four Tahirians crowded around to examine them, peering and sniffing (?), touching and feeling, gently but with unmistakable fascination, prior to putting them in the tomograph.”
“Wholly independently of Cormack, he developed a method of his own for computerized tomography and constructed the first clinically usable computerized tomograph - the EMI scanner, which was intended for examinations of the head.”
“The first computer tomograph was constructed to be used for examining the skull, with special emphasis on diseases of the brain.”
“The achievement is no less significant because all the components forming the basis for the construction and operation of the computed tomograph had been described earlier in non-medical publications.”
“All centers in the world with access to a computed tomograph attest to the fact that the method has meant an enormous advance in diagnostics, therapy, development and research within the specialty of neurological diseases.”
“More information: "X-ray micro-tomograph of Carboniferous stem-Dictyoptera: new insights into early insects" Biology Letters Journal, April 2010 issue.”
“X-ray micro-tomograph of Carboniferous stem-Dictyoptera: new insights into early insects”
“Screening this 3,500-year-old flacon with a computer tomograph, scientists at the university detected the desiccated residues of a fluid, which they now want to submit to further analysis.”
“He started by showing us some pictures: first an optical coherence tomograph showing a helical sweat gland, then a picture of a helical antenna array (from the US Navy, I think), and then the”
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