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CT Scan

A Computerized Axial Tomography Scan, often known as a CT Scan or CAT Scan, is a short-form (acronym) for a Computerized Axial Tomography Scan. A CT scan combines numerous spinning X-Rays with high-end computational processing to provide a more detailed “image” of a body’s inner structures, such as bones, tissues, and organs. When compared to a normal X-Ray, a CT Scan provides substantially more information and clarity. The spine, heart, head, chest, belly, belly, and knee are all commonly scanned using a CT scan. The body is made to pass through a tunnel-like machine that revolves in a 360-degree arc while taking X-Ray images in rapid succession during a CT Scan.

These photos are then inputting into a computer, which creates a 2D ‘all-around’ representation of any portion of the body. A CT scan is a painless and minimally invasive treatment that may be performed on any part of the body in a short amount of time. While CT scans are primarily 2D, they can also be used to create 3D images. The cost of a CT scan is determined by the body sections that you want to scan.