CT Scan Computerized Tomography
New Equipment - CT Scan Computerized Tomography
- Computed tomography (CT) scanning, also called computerized axial tomography (CAT) scanning, is a medical imaging procedure that uses x-rays to show cross-sectional images of the body.
- - Diagnosis of disease, trauma, or abnormality
- - Planning, guiding, and monitoring therapy
Computerized Tomography uses:
- Detecting the arteries in all parts of the body, such as ateries leading to the brain and the renal ateries to the kidneys.
- All bone sections of the body to identify any abnormalities.
- Detect abnormalities of the brain (CT Brain scan).
- Detect abnormalities of the abdomen (CT Abdomen scan).
- Detect discorders of the gastrointestinal tract (Virtual colonography).