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    Medical usage: "Cut # 2342" for a CT scan image?

    I'm just wondering if any of our medically-knowledgeable friends know if we sometimes speak of a CT scan image as a "cut". I heard some Swiss doctors referring to them as "coupes" in French, and thought that might be based on English usage?

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