X-ray prefix, and not?
I don't usually think of CT as being prefixed with X-ray, the way I think of "digital X-ray". What about fluoroscopy, angiography, and other techniques using X-rays? Radiation therapy with X-rays?
I can contribute to some of these, but I'd defer to you on the overall structure.
As an aside, do you plan on having an entry for "X-rays" from the perspective of their being a part of the electromagnetic spectrum? Concepts such as hard and soft, thermal, and other X-ray kill mechanisms are important with nuclear weapons and ballistic missile defense.Howard C. Berkowitz 11:54, 24 May 2008 (CDT)
- The term X-ray CT is often used to differentiate it from other (more recent) variants of computed tomography (which, in that broad sense, would also include MRI). I do not have particular plans for X-ray - just noticed that it is already mentioned in quite a few articles between which there is very few coherence, and so I set up a page that should help in getting this topic organized. -- Daniel Mietchen 12:10, 24 May 2008 (CDT)