CT is an abbreviation for a diagnostic procedure called Computer Tomography; Tomography meaning cross sectional study of the body. It is an advanced X-ray that gives more detailed images of the body's various bony structures
By simultaneously using contrast agents CT scan can even be used to assess blood flow to various organs in order to better distinguish between diseased and healthy tissues. The information will be picked up by detectors an
What is CT scan for?
d dressed in a sophisticated computer that translates the data into images that appear on a computer screen.
CT scanning is used to examine the entire body. It can for example detect:
Patients from Centre Médical du Nord and Clinique de L’Occident are referred to Clinique du Nord for CT Scan and MRI, and are transported back.
CT scanning offered at Clinique du Nord encompasses:
Magnetic Resonance Imaging for detailed information on soft tissues: