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Nuclear and radiological scenario. Because CT scanning represents the most remarkable advance in medical imaging since the discovery of x-rays, CT examinations are requested for ever-growing arrays of clinical problems and also as replacements for the historic conventional radiographs and fluoroscopic procedures.