Development of Medical Imaging Techniques: A Review of Technological Advances in the Field of Medical Imaging, Such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT), and Ultrasound Imaging (Ultrasound)

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Eissa gobran bakri , Abdulmalik Abdu Dohali , Abdullah Ali Thubab , Khaled Mohammed Ogdi , Hassan Ali Rajhi , Osamah Ahmad Alharbi , Suliman Abdu Al masoud , Abdullah Mohammed Ogdi ‏, Eissa Moussa Tawashi ‏, Ibrahim Ali Hakami‏ , Tariq Mohammed Hayan
Abdulelah Alhassan Hendi


In contemporary times, medical imaging is becoming more significant in several therapeutic processes, as well as in the identification and diagnosis of various human illnesses. Not too much of the body has to be opened in order to access the inside sections. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), CT (Computerized Tomography) scanning, and ultrasound have replaced X-ray imaging in the ability to observe and picture the three-dimensional view of the body. The patient has no discomfort throughout the process of identifying the body's problematic area using the CT scanner. Computed tomography (CT), ultrasound imaging, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are examples of medical imaging technologies that have advanced technologically and will be covered in this research.

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