​“Back in 1997 when I first started working as a radiographer, most things were done manually, such as the processing of x-ray images.   Everything is done digitally now.   CT scanners have evolved in terms of image processing speed and detector coverage.   Nowadays, we can scan the whole brain and have all the images ready in a matter of seconds, allowing diagnoses to be made faster. I’m currently working on a project to produce high quality CT images with low radiation doses.”


Ho Thye Sin
Principal Radiographer,
Department of Neuroradiology
National Neuroscience Institute


Tags: Allied Health