Computed topography of the body uses special x-ray equipment in order to help detecting a variety of diseases and conditions. CT scanning is painless, noninvasive, fast and accurate. In emergency cases, CT can find out internal injuries and bleeding quick enough to help saving lives. It’s a diagnostic medical test, more like traditional x-rays, which generates multiple images or pictures of the insides of the human body.
The cross-sectional images produced during a CT scan can be reformatted in multiple planes, and can even generate three-dimensional (3D) images. These images can be viewed on a monitor, printed on film or transferred to a CD or DVD.
CT images of internal organs, soft tissue, bones, and blood vessels typically offer greater detail than traditional X-rays, particularly of blood vessels and soft tissues. Using state of the art equipment and expertise to create as well as interpret CT scans of the body, our expert radiologists at Vimhans PrimaMed Institute of Radio Diagnostics & Imaging easily diagnose the problems such as cancer, infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, appendicitis, trauma and musculoskeletal diseases.