Clinical usefulness of artronix brain scanner multiplanar coronal and sagittal brain images
The Artronix 1100 head scanner is a promising unit which allows reconstitution of the images in coronal and sagittal planes from the axial slice. The clinical usefulness of coronal and sagittal images thus obtained is illustrated and discussed.
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