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This site is a page from a text book explaining tomography. There are links to the rest of the museum at the university of Iowa.
A web site explaining the basics of SPECT. There are no images to view but the site links back to a medical imaging homepage which explains other techniques.
Computed Axial Tomography is the process of using computers to generate a three-dimensional image from flat (i.e, two-dimensional) x-ray pictures, one slice at a time. A simple, clear explanation of ...
Read about how PET(positron emission tomography) and CT(computer tomography) scans are used in medicine
A brief overview of how positron emission tomography work and forms part of teachers resources for medical physics.
This site makes available mean sea surface and gravity anomaly maps of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, computed from satellite altimeter data gathered by satellite.
Description of Computerised (Axial) Tomography and how it is used to produces images of the body.
Use of positron emission tomography (PET scan) with links to relevant explanations.
A page explaining the basics of PET scanning of the brain. Graphics and PET scan images can be seen.
A piece of open-source software that allows you to simulate what happens during a computer tomography scan