Back to Mobile View
AOL.com Search Video - Computerized Tomography
Set AOL as Homepage
Find a video
1 - 12
The Dark Side of CT Scans
CT scans ahelp doctors evaluate everything from cancer to fractures. But CT scans also deliver a hefty dose of radiation. Kevin Soden, MD, reveals 2 q...
October 28, 2013
Medical Breakthroughs: Improving Low Dose ...
They’ve revolutionized early diagnosis and treatment, but sometimes it’s hard to tell if the abnormalities low dose CT scans detect are really cancer....
June 30, 2013
Medical Breakthroughs: Zapping Cancer in K...
A new device is targeting the disease in kids with pinpoint precision! We'll show you the new weapon that's helping kill cancer.
April 02, 2013
The EOS Body Scan Alternative to CatScan
Take a look at the Nobel Prize winning technology that's being called the biggest advance in imaging for the spine in more than 100 years!
February 05, 2013
The Coming Revolution in Drive-by-Wire Car...
Drive-by-wire is more than a technology trend, it's also a major shift in the concept of what it means to have control over your cars. Brian Cooley ex...
August 05, 2014
New Technique Brings Cancer Screening Into...
A new imaging technique called photo-acoustic tomography combines the properties of light and sound to give doctors a powerful tool to detect cancer e...
April 30, 2012
State Rolls Out New, Fully Computerized Te...
The first Connecticut students will soon take an experimental version of a fully computerized test based on more rigorous academic standards – and ent...
March 18, 2014
Paul Walker to Appear in 'Fast and Furious...
Paul Walker is reportedly going to appear in the upcoming installment of his famous franchise through CGI.
March 21, 2014
Charities to Build Triple Amputee 'Smart H...
An IED took Sergeant Rusty Dunagan's legs and left arm in Afghanistan, but actor Gary Sinise's foundation, Folds of Honor and Warriors for Freedom are...
February 25, 2014
New Eye Exam Could Identify Signs of Alzhe...
A group of Australian scientists have discovered a method of identifying early signs of Alzheimer's using eye scans rather than brain scans.
July 19, 2011
Medical Breakthroughs: New Technology to C...
About three million Americans suffer from irregular heartbeats. Some people can be treated with medicine, but others need surgical intervention. Now d...
November 21, 2013
New Study Says Almost Half of US Jobs Coul...
According to a new study from the University of Oxford, around half of the jobs in the United States could be done by computers using artificial intel...
September 27, 2013
Southern California Prepares For Frosty...
Father, Autistic Son Design Massive Holiday...
Boy Riding Scooter He Got For Christmas...
Back to Top
Help & Feedback
About Our Ads
© 2014 AOL Inc.
All Rights Reserved.