Computerized Tomography (CT) Scan

What is Computed tomography (CT)

Computed tomography (CT) is used to produce detailed 3D images of the body. CT scans are very quick scans which use special x-ray equipment and computers to produce images that provide more comprehensive information than regular X-rays.
 
A CT scanner produces very thin sliced images of organs, bones, soft tissues and blood vessels. CT scans are used to diagnose various conditions including, but not limited to, bone or internal organ injury or disease, cancer, stroke and musculoskeletal disease. They are also used to guide further tests or treatment such as to take biopsy samples or to drain fluid and to monitor conditions such as response to cancer treatment.
For head, sinus, chest, HRCT, bone scan, spine/ hips, pelvis, urinary tract, adrenal, temporal bones, facial bones and neck CT scans without contrast, please click the tile CT Scans without Contrast
 
For chest and abdomen, chest, neck, kidney, pancreas, liver Angiogram, Venogram CT scans with Intravenous (IV) contrast, please click tile the CT Scans with Intravenous Contrast

For abdomen/ pelvis with, chest/ abdomen/ pelvis, urinary tract and Enterography CT scans with contrasts, please click the tile CT Scans with Oral and Intravenous Contrast
 
For colonoscopy virtual, colon, contrast enema referrals, please click the tile CT Scans with Bowel Preparation
 
For guided lumbar nerve root injections, please click the tile CT Guided Lumbar Nerve Root Injection
 
For guided cervical nerve root injections please click the tile CT Guided Cervical Nerve Root Injection
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