Apply for Diploma

MRI/CT SCAN

APPLY NOW

For Convenience, Fill the Below Online Registration Form& Submit. With in 24 hours, Admission Department Will Contact You, For Admission Procedure, Reading Material & Online Exam

Your Name(Required)
Undertaking(Required)

CT scans and MRIs are both used to capture images within your body. The biggest difference is that MRIs use radio waves and CT scans use X-rays. With a CT scan, an X-ray machine rotates around the patient’s head or body while a computer collects all of the data from each angle.

This is repeated for each layer until we have a 3D image of the inside of your head or body in cross-section.

MRI stands for “magnetic resonance imaging” which uses strong magnetic fields instead of radiation to produce images. An MRI scanner has powerful electromagnets, similar to those found in an electric generator, but they are turned off by default when not in use as it generates heat.

These magnets produce a field that aligns the atomic nuclei in your body, and then pulses of radio waves are used to measure how these atoms react.

A CT scan has more radiation exposure than an MRI because it requires multiple X-rays to be taken at various angles around the patient.

An MRI uses magnetic fields which do not require any additional external energy or sources such as from an X-ray machine; there is also no need for contrast material with MRIs like you would have to provide for a CT scan, either intravenously (IV) or orally if needed.

Course Outline

Complete Course Details & Syllabus will be shared through LMS after admission

Module-1

Course Locked
Assignment

Module-2

Course Locked
Assignment

Module-3

Course Locked
Assignment
Exam

Download Books

COURSE CONTENTS & OBJECTIVES DISPLAYED. HOWEVER YOUR ACCESS TO OUR LMS WILL BE PROVIDED AFTER ADMISSION CONFIRMATION

TRACCERT CANADA DIPLOMA VERIFICATION TUTORIAL-1