A Computed Tomography scan is abbreviated as a CT scan. This scan is an effective mechanism that projects the visuals of the inner parts of the body. CT scan is a combination of a special computer and an X-ray machine that creates images of the bones and organs under the tissues.
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|CT Scan In Surat By MFine|
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|CT Scan Cost In Surat||Starting From|
|CT Brain Price in Surat||₹1710|
|CT Spine Cervical Price in Surat||₹3690|
|CT KUB Price in Surat||₹2340|
|CT Chest Price in Surat||₹4050|
|HRCT Chest Price in Surat||₹3215|
|CT Neck Price in Surat||₹4050|
|CT Whole Abdomen Price in Surat||₹4250|
|CT Brain Contrast Price in Surat||₹2655|
|CT Chest Contrast Price in Surat||₹5625|
|CT Whole Abdomen Contrast Price in Surat||₹5750|
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|Why Should I Book A CT Scan Through MFine?|
What Body Parts Are Covered During A CT Scan?
The CT scan is a high-tech mechanism that examines the blood vessels, bones, and soft tissues in different parts of the human anatomy. The CT scan helps the doctor visualize-
Why Is A CT Scan Performed?
The CT scan helps to detect and diagnose various diseases. It also helps assess any bone damage or injuries. It is an effective tool to
- Diagnose bone and muscle disorders. e.g. fractures, bone tumors, etc
- Locate the tumor, infection, etc
- Examine the blood vessels
- Monitor the progress of the ongoing treatment of the medical prognosis
- Plan for guided biopsies
- Detect internal injuries or bleeding
Most importantly, the CT scan is done in emergency situations as the results of the imaging process are quick compared to MRI or any other imaging process.
How To Prepare For A CT Scan?
Generally, to take a CT scan, you can continue with your regular activities, it does not require any special arrangements or diet before the scan. For better and enhanced images, the doctor may ask you to change into a gown. Further note, metallic contents are not allowed inside the CT Scan room as they interfere with the machine’s radio waves, leading to incorrect imaging.
For CT scan with contrast, a contrasting dye is used to generate enhanced images of the scanned body part. It is either injected in your vein or given as a capsule orally. So in the case of contrast CT scans, additional information and instructions will be provided by your doctor.
What Is The Procedure For A CT Scan?
CT scan is a comprehensive imaging process but quick and non-invasive. It uses the X-Ray mechanism to create images of the body parts. The machine has a table attached to it(for the patient to lie down). The horizontal table then goes into the center of the CT machine to produce images.
The X-ray tool in the CT machine circulates around the body part that is being examined and takes several pictures in slices. While this is happening, the machine exhibits a clicking and whirring sound throughout the procedure. The table might move front and back to get a complete image of the body part.
It is vital not to change positions or move your body, remaining still throughout the procedure is a must. During the scan, the doctor may ask you to hold your breath for a few seconds to get a more comprehensive picture.
A radiologist will be observing the whole test procedure from the nearby chamber with the help of a mic and speakers
It usually takes less than 30 minutes to complete a CT scan.
What Are The Risks Involved During A CT Scan?
The CT scan doesn’t have any serious risk involved, however, that can be limited. CT scan is a safe imaging scan. However, multiple CT scans within a short period are not advisable as there are chances of developing cancer due to the X-Ray that exposes the body to radiation.
It is not advisable to take a CT scan if you are in the pregnancy phase or are expecting to become pregnant in the near future. This is because radio frequencies can sometimes harm the unborn baby. So if you are a pregnant woman, the doctor may ask you to take other imaging techniques such as an ultrasound which is safer.
If you have allergic reactions to iodine or contrast dye, it is recommended to disclose it to your doctor before the scan because the contrast material used may sometimes trigger allergic reactions. There is also a minute risk of kidney failure due to the use of contrast substances but this situation is very rare.
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