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Because the table continuously moves the patient through the gantry during scanning, the projection data are collected along a continuous spiral path instead of as parallel transaxial slices in conventional X-ray CT. The simultaneous table movement and continuous gantry rotation (gantry rotation period is 1 s) without an interscan delay allow data to be collected very rapidly. When using intravenously administered iodinated contrast, images of the abdomen can be captured when the contrast is in the arterial or venous phase of the circulation.