Objective To analyze the value of DR, CT and conventional X-ray in the diagnosis of tuberculosis. Methods A total of 99 patients with pulmonary tuberculosis were randomly divided into study group, control group and routine group, and were given DR, CT and routine X-ray examination. Compare the test results. Results The detection rate of the number of holes and satellites in the control group and other indicators were significantly better than those in the study group and the conventional group. The accuracy of the diagnosis was significantly higher than that of the study group and the conventional group, the difference was significant, P<0.05, statistically significant. Conclusion The detection rate of CT and the accuracy of diagnosis are high, which is worthy of clinical promotion.
Journal of Imaging Research and Medical Applications