A computed tomography (CT) scan fires radiation through the body to create an image. What type of radiation does a CT scan use?

1 Answer
Jul 14, 2017

Answer:

Ionising radiation (IR)

Explanation:

Ionising radiation is the type of radiation that CT uses, which I think isn't really good for health. For example it may increase body temperature, damage internal organ or may even affect the immune system etc. But the answer for the question is, Ionising radiation (IR).