Why do you have to perform a CT Scan?
CT scans provide more detailed images of different types of tissue than the traditional X-rays do, which helps your doctor to locate many medical conditions:
- To detect bone and joint problems such as complex bone fractures or a tumor.
- To spot or see improvement in the condition of cancer, heart disease, emphysema, or liver masses.
- To reveal internal injuries and bleeding that took place because of an accident.
- Helps the doctor to compare and understand if a certain treatment is working for the patient's problem or not.