Brain cysticercosis is the topic of choice to compare ct and mri.

 

Slide 1CT imaging comparison.  Show a CT image of a “normal” section of your chosen anatomy and  compare it to an “abnormal” CT image demonstrating the same anatomy  including your chosen pathology. Using labels identify all pertinent anatomical structures in both images. Do not use images which are already labeled or copied and pasted with the labels already attached from the internet. There  should label at least five (5) anatomical parts on both images. Do not  forget to identify the pathology. Make sure both images are CT images.

*Note:  Make sure these are CT images. Not all images found on the internet are  accurately labeled. If you are unsure, refer to your textbook or ask  your professor.

Slide 2MRI imaging comparison. Show  an MRI image of a “normal” section of your chosen anatomy and compare  it to an “abnormal” MRI image demonstrating the same anatomy including  your chosen pathology. Using labels identify all pertinent anatomical structures in both images. Do not use images which are already labeled or copied and pasted with the labels already attached from the internet. There  should label at least five (5) anatomical parts on both images. Do not  forget to identify the pathology. Make sure both images are MRI images.

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