Computed Tomography

Computed tomography (CT) is a diagnostic imaging test used to create the point by point pictures of inner organs, bones, delicate tissue and veins. The cross-sectional pictures produced amid a CT output can be reformatted in numerous planes, and can even create three-dimensional pictures which can be seen on a PC screen, imprinted on film or exchanged to electronic media. CT checking is regularly the best technique for identifying a wide range of malignancies since the pictures enable your doctor to affirm the nearness of a tumor and decide its size and area. CT is quick, easy, non-invasive and precise. In crisis cases, it can uncover inner wounds and drain rapidly enough to help save lives.

  • CT Angiography
  • CT Colonography
  • CT Enterography

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