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Technical aspects of tomography. Durizch, Mary Lou was born on July 1, 1939 in Sayre, Pennsylvania, United States. Mary Lou Durizch has been listed as a noteworthy Radiology educator by Marquis Who's Who. Works. Book by Durizch, Mary Lou). 27123/?tag prabook0b-20. Daughter of Ralph Elwood and Mary Louise (Inman) Goble. Technical aspects of tomography.
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The recent introduction of high resolution computed tomography (CT) capable of resolving delicate bony structures such as the temporal bone marks another significant advance in diagnostic imaging
Specially reconstructed . -mm thick CT scans and complex motion tomograms of the temporal bones were compared with anatomic sections of the same bones. The recent introduction of high resolution computed tomography (CT) capable of resolving delicate bony structures such as the temporal bone marks another significant advance in diagnostic imaging. This study was designed to compare the integrity of these new CT images, standard CT images, and conventional complex motion tomographic images against contact radiographs of sliced anatomic specimens.
The authors then meticulously matched computed tomography, trispiral tomogram, and magnetic resonance images of normal subjects to the corresponding anatomic section. A plain film radiograph of each section completes the correlation between cadaver and clinical imaging techniques. Each section from each plane is displayed on a two-page spread containing the labeled anatomic specimen in full color, the anatomic key, and the radiographic images, thus facilitating the correlation of the anatomic specimen and radiographs.
Durizch Mary Lou. Vol. a)Tomography X-Ray. Responsible Authorship. Physical Description. a)DNLM c)DNLM d)The Library of Faculty of Medicine-Assiut University.