CT Scan Price and Centres in Mysore [2024] | Upto 50% OFF

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Lowest CT scan cost in Mysore.
Lowest CT scan cost in Mysore.

Computed Tomography scan is the full form of a CT scan. CT scan assists in visualizing the internal organs of the body with the support of X-Ray beams. CT scan is a mixture of both special computer and X-ray machines that produce detailed images of the inner parts of the body.

Mfine offers you high-quality lab options, and an excellent discount of up to 30%,  for your CT Scan in Mysore.

CT Scan in Mysore by mfine

  • Trust of booking through one of India’s largest e-health players 
  • 8000+ CT scans completed 
  • Starting from ₹2070 – Lowest price in the market
  • 10+ lab options including Medall Diagnostics, Prima Diagnostics and many more
  • ₹25 lakhs saved in last 3 months

Generally, the market price of a CT scan cost in Mysore is above ₹3000 but with us, you can get it for ₹2070 only

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The following are the list of the most common CT scans done in Mysore and their offer price. Note that the prices mentioned below may vary. Call us to know the updated prices.
CT Scan Cost In Mysore Price Starting From
CT Brain Price in Mysore ₹2070
CT Spine Price in Mysore ₹2880
CT KUB Price in Mysore ₹2700
CT Chest Price in Mysore ₹2880
HRCT Lungs Price in Mysore  ₹2880
CT Pelvis Price in Mysore ₹3375
CT Neck Price in Mysore ₹3285
CT Whole Abdomen Price in Mysore ₹4725
CT Brain Contrast Price in Mysore ₹2070
CT Chest Contrast Price in Mysore ₹4130
CT Whole Abdomen Contrast Price in Mysore ₹5975

Call us on 08061970525 to know the lab options near your place in Mysore and make a booking at your convenient time. 

Why should I book a CT scan through mfine?

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Body Parts Covered in CT scan

CT scan can be used to inspect the blood vessels, bones, and soft tissues of the human anatomy. The CT scan is usually performed to picture the following parts of the body:

  • Brain / Head
  • Hip Joint
  • Knee Joint
  • Shoulder Joint
  • Chest / Thorax
  • Abdomen
  • Spine

Why Is a CT Scan Performed?

CT scan assists to detect and diagnose various abnormalities in the internal organs of the body. It is also performed to inspect any bone damage or injuries. It is a helpful tool in the following situations:

  • Detect and diagnose bone injuries and muscle disorders like fractures, bone tumors, etc.
  • Identify the tumor, infection, etc
  • Inspect the blood vessels
  • Observe the progress of the ongoing treatment of the medical diagnosis
  • Prepare for guided biopsies
  • Identify internal damages or bleeding

The results of the CT scans are quick compared to MRI or any other imaging process.

How Is The CT Scan Procedure Performed?

CT scan is a quick and non-invasive imaging process. X-Ray mechanism is used to visualize the detailed images of the inner organs. The patient will be asked to lie down on the table that is attached to the machine. The horizontal table then goes into the center of the CT machine to process the images. 

The X-ray device in the CT machine moves around the body part that is to be assessed and takes several pictures in slices. The table will move front and back to get detailed images of the body part.

It is important not to change positions or move your body during the process. You may be asked to hold your breath for a few seconds to get detailed images of the organ. 

A radiologist will be inspecting the entire procedure from the nearby room with the help of a mic and speakers.

Usually, it takes less than 30 minutes to perform a CT scan.

Preparation for the CT scan

There are no special requirements or diet to be followed prior to the scan. You will be asked to wear the gown provided by the lab to get a clear picture of the organs. Metallic contents are not allowed inside the CT scan room as it affects the machine’s radio-waves, leading to incorrect imaging. 

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