Computed Tomography

CT (Computed Tomography) uses a series of very thin X-rays and a sliding table to obtain multiple images. Patients will be asked to lie on a table that will slide into the CT scanner. Some CT scans require the use of contrast. Contrast is a medication that acts as a highlighter to show your organs or blood vessels in greater detail. 

Additional information

  • Computed Tomography on RadiologyInfo.org
    Information on how CT procedures are performed, what you may experience and how to prepare for exams.

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