- The data collected by CT can be modified to show certain structures more clearly. Since this is usually at the expense of other tissues, the slices are often printed several times, using different “windows” or exposures.
- Lung windows are set to show the air-filled lungs clearly; lungs would normally be dark on regular radiographic imaging.
- Bone windows make all soft tissue a nearly uniform shade, but bone is very bright and clearly seen.
- Soft-tissue windows allow some distinction between different densities of soft tissue, making edema, tumors and other abnormalities more obvious.
- Other specialized settings are available for MRI.
30 x 40 = $395 + shipping
36 x 48 = $425 + shipping
Digital = $395