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Kuhl & Edwards Produce CT Scan

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(New page: '''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' On 14 May 1965, David Kuhl and Roy Edwards produced what was possibly the [[CAT, MRI, and Ultrasound|f...)
 
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On 14 May 1965, David Kuhl and Roy Edwards produced what was possibly the [[CAT, MRI, and Ultrasound|first CT]] (computer tomography) scan of a patient ever made. The CT scanner that they built used a computer to analyze [[X-Rays|x-ray]] images, taken from many different directions, in order to map objects blocking the x-rays.
 
On 14 May 1965, David Kuhl and Roy Edwards produced what was possibly the [[CAT, MRI, and Ultrasound|first CT]] (computer tomography) scan of a patient ever made. The CT scanner that they built used a computer to analyze [[X-Rays|x-ray]] images, taken from many different directions, in order to map objects blocking the x-rays.
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This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.

On 14 May 1965, David Kuhl and Roy Edwards produced what was possibly the first CT (computer tomography) scan of a patient ever made. The CT scanner that they built used a computer to analyze x-ray images, taken from many different directions, in order to map objects blocking the x-rays.