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An inquiry approach is a method often used in science education. The question bank provides an initial list of questions about the See-through Body and places where their answers can be found.

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See-through Body

An inquiry approach is a method often used in science education. The question bank provides an initial list of questions about See-through Body and places where their answers can be found.

This question bank provides you with a range of things you might ask yourself about the See-through Body.

Q. What people have been involved in inventing medical imaging technologies?
Q. Who decides what is normal?
Q. Does blood have magnetic properties?
Q. Why do we want to see inside a person?
Q. Why does cancer cause so much damage to your body?
Q. How are New Zealand scientists helping to improve cancer screening?
Q. Does medical imaging improve healthcare?
Q. What was the first medical imaging technology?
Q. Is a CT scan more useful than an x-ray?
Q. How is ultrasound used to see through the body?
Q. Are MRIs worth the high price tag?
Q. How can digital camera technology help a doctor?
Q. Why are New Zealand scientists using these techniques in their research?
Q. How are New Zealand scientists improving current methods?

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