Technical Aspects of Computer Tomography and CT Angiography
In the beginning of the 1970s, invention of computer tomography (CT) by G. Hounsfield was considered the biggest achievement in the history of radiology after the X-ray. This method for the first time gave the possibility to visualize the living brain (Ambrose and Hounsfield 1973).
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