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Definition

A CT Brain scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT Brain scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT Brain scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Aarthi Diagnostics and Research Center - Indiranagar
Indiranagar
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Rs : 1500.00
Aarthi Diagnostics JAYANAGAR
Jayanagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 1500.00
Mediclu Diagnostics and Speciality Centre
Nagarabavi
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Rs : 2800.00 30.00% off
Rs : 1960
Focus Diagnostics Centre Speciality Clinics Rajajinagar
Rajajinagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2100
Focus Diagnostics Centre Speciality Clinics HSR Layout
HSR Layout
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Rs : 3000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2100

Definition

A CT PNS scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT PNS scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT PNS scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Aarthi Diagnostics and Research Center - Indiranagar
Indiranagar
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Rs : 1500.00
Aarthi Diagnostics JAYANAGAR
Jayanagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 1500.00
Santhosh Diagnostics Coles Park
Coles Park
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Rs : 2400.00 30.00% off
Rs : 1680
Santhosh Diagnostics RT Nagar
RT Nagar
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Rs : 2400.00 30.00% off
Rs : 1680
Focus Diagnostics Centre Speciality Clinics Chamarajpet
Chamarajpet
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Rs : 2500.00 30.00% off
Rs : 1750

Definition

A CT ABDOMEN scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT ABDOMEN scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT ABDOMEN scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Sapthagiri Digital Imaging Centre
Indiranagar
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Rs : 3150.00 20.60% off
Rs : 2501
Focus Diagnostics Centre Speciality Clinics HSR Layout
HSR Layout
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Rs : 4500.00 30.00% off
Rs : 3150
Focus Diagnostics Centre Speciality Clinics Rajajinagar
Rajajinagar
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Rs : 4500.00 30.00% off
Rs : 3150
Mediclu Diagnostics and Speciality Centre
Nagarabavi
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Rs : 4500.00 30.00% off
Rs : 3150
Tenet Diagnostics Jayanagar
Jayanagar
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Rs : 4500.00 30.00% off
Rs : 3150

Definition

A CT ABDOMEN and PELVIS scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT ABDOMEN and PELVIS scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT ABDOMEN and PELVIS scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Aarthi Diagnostics and Research Center - Indiranagar
Indiranagar
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Rs : 3000.00
Aarthi Diagnostics JAYANAGAR
Jayanagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3000.00
Medirad Diagnostics
Whitefield
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Rs : 5000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 3500
Mediclu Diagnostics and Speciality Centre
Nagarabavi
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Rs : 6000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 4200
Tenet Diagnostics Jayanagar
Jayanagar
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Rs : 6300.00 30.00% off
Rs : 4410

Definition

A CT ANKLE scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT ANKLE scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT ANKLE scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Tenet Diagnostics Jayanagar
Jayanagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3150.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2205
Sapthagiri Digital Imaging Centre
Indiranagar
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Rs : 3150.00 20.60% off
Rs : 2501
Image Diagnostics
HRBR Layout
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Rs : 4000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2800
Medirad Diagnostics
Whitefield
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Rs : 4000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2800
Focus Diagnostics Centre Speciality Clinics Chamarajpet
Chamarajpet
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Rs : 4500.00 30.00% off
Rs : 3150

Definition

A CT BREAST scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT BREAST scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT BREAST scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Tenet Diagnostics Jayanagar
Jayanagar
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Rs : 3150.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2205
Sapthagiri Digital Imaging Centre
Indiranagar
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Rs : 3150.00 20.60% off
Rs : 2501
Magnus Diagnostic Centre Koramangala
Koramangala
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Rs : 4250.00 20.00% off
Rs : 3400

Definition

A CT CERVICAL SPINE scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT CERVICAL SPINE scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT CERVICAL SPINE scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Tenet Diagnostics Jayanagar
Jayanagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3150.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2205
Focus Diagnostics Centre Speciality Clinics Rajajinagar
Rajajinagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 4000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2800
Medirad Diagnostics
Whitefield
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 4000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2800
Mediclu Diagnostics and Speciality Centre
Nagarabavi
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 4000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2800
Gayathri Diagnostics
Kengeri
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Rs : 4000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2800

Definition

A CT CHEST scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT CHEST scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT CHEST scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Tenet Diagnostics Jayanagar
Jayanagar
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Rs : 3150.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2205
Safa Diagnostics
Wilson Garden
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3500.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2450
Aarthi Diagnostics and Research Center - Indiranagar
Indiranagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 2500.00
Aarthi Diagnostics JAYANAGAR
Jayanagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 2500.00
Sapthagiri Digital Imaging Centre
Indiranagar
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Rs : 3150.00 20.60% off
Rs : 2501

Definition

A CT DORSAL SPINE scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT DORSAL SPINE scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT DORSAL SPINE scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Tenet Diagnostics Jayanagar
Jayanagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3150.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2205
Sapthagiri Digital Imaging Centre
Indiranagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3150.00 20.60% off
Rs : 2501
Focus Diagnostics Centre Speciality Clinics Rajajinagar
Rajajinagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 4000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2800
Focus Diagnostics Centre Speciality Clinics Chamarajpet
Chamarajpet
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 4000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2800
Gayathri Diagnostics
Kengeri
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Rs : 4000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2800

Definition

A CT ELBOW scan is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique that uses a combination of X-Rays and processed computer technology to producehighly detailed cross-sectional (tomographic), horizontal or axial images (virtual slices) of the brain.CT scans of the brain are preferred over standard X-rays of the head since they provide more detailed information about the brain structures and tissues, thus providing more information related to injuries

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How is Test Done

The test-taker lies on a sliding table which is fitted with a special cradle to hold the head still. Detectors and X-ray tubes rotate around the body when it is completely inside the scanner. The moving X-rays enable the scanner to collect different views of the brain at different angles. The X-rays absorbed by the tissues are detected by the scanner and sent to a computer which processes the signals and produces a detailed 2-D image of the brain.CT scans may be done with or without "contrast." Contrast can be taken by mouth or injected into an intravenous (IV) line and causes the brain to be seen more clearly. Contrast examinations may require the test-taker to fast for a certain span of time before the scan. The entire procedure is absolutely painless and may take about

When to Take Test

CT ELBOW scan can be taken to detect the presence, location, and size of cysts, abscesses, tumors and various other conditions such as swelling,fractures, abscesses,hydrocephalus (too much fluid in the ventricles) inflammation, bleeding, or any underlying signs of injury. It can also be used to investigate eye related problems evaluation of the orbital apex and cavernous sinus. The test taker should notify the doctor in case of allergies, kidney problems, diabetes or expected pregnancy well before taking the CT scan

Test Result Mean

Results of the CT ELBOW scan are usually ready in 1-2 hours and vary with the disorders/abnormalities of the Body.For instance, a hemorrhage absorbs X-rays and appears white on the CT scan, whereas tumors have differing appearance based on their size and density. Some tumors havecalcification that glows brightly, and others form hypodense, fluid-filled cysts.

Safa Diagnostics
Wilson Garden
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3000.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2100
Tenet Diagnostics Jayanagar
Jayanagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3150.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2205
Mediclu Diagnostics and Speciality Centre
Nagarabavi
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 3500.00 30.00% off
Rs : 2450
Aarthi Diagnostics and Research Center - Indiranagar
Indiranagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 2500.00
Aarthi Diagnostics JAYANAGAR
Jayanagar
starstarstarstarstar
Rs : 2500.00
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