All about Computed Tomography or CT Scan

All about Computed Tomography or CT Scan


Computed tomography scan or better known as CAT scan or CT scan, is a popular radiography test. Helvetia Diagnostics and Healthcare is providing CT Scan in South Delhi. This type of radiology imaging is used to provide images of the insides of your body. The machine is using a series of X rays aided by computer technology and computer guided machines to create multiple pictures of your bodily organs, bones and other tissues. The details are more than seen in a regular X ray. The procedure is a simple one and does not take very long. However in some cases some dye is ejected in to the body which then amplifies the area under the study. And then pictures or images of that part of the body are accordingly taken. In some cases the absorption of the dye can take some time. Other than that the test is not a lengthy procedure. The X ray beam encircles the part of the body that is under study. Then multiple images are taken by the computer from multiple different angles. The images are stacked together to form 2D and 3D images. A fantastic detailed image is formed of the organs, bones or blood vassals. Doctors use this imagery to ascertain any irregularities or even use these images while performing surgeries etc.

CT Scan in south Delhi, is a unique radiological technique providing detailed images which can help identify internal injuries, complex bone fractures, tumours, liver masses, clots infections, etc. The scan is also used to ensure and ascertain the extent and progress of treatment. This kind of testing and imagery requires a senior and experienced radiologist to provide correct and accurate diagnosis. The CT Scan centre in south Delhi is under the aegis of Dr. Rajan Sahunja who is a highly specialized radiologist with decades of experience in the field. A visit to the website of the centre at helvetiadiagnostics.com will reveal all the facilities available at the diagnostic centre and the nature and advantages of undergoing the testing.