CT (computed tomography)
Accurate and timely diagnostics of a disease is crucial for its appropriate and successful treatment. This explains the popularity of computed tomography (CT) as of the most advanced method of radiodiagnostics. CT is a fast, safe and painless way to acquire complete information about your body. The patient will receive the full list of CT findings on the day of the diagnostics.
When should one have CT?
Computed tomography is essential in diagnosing a number of dysfunctions affecting various organs and systems of the human body, including:
- nervous system (including the brain)
- thyroid and parathyroid glands
- lungs, trachea, bronchi
- abdominal organs: the liver, spleen, pancreas, gastrointestinal tract, gall bladder and bile ducts
- urogenital system: kidneys and adrenal glands, bladder, pelvic organs
- musculoskeletal system: bones, joints and spine
- lymphatic system
Computed tomography services
In our clinic you can have multi-slice computed tomography of the following organs:
- facial skull
- temporal bones
- spinal cord
- joints and bones
- thyroid gland
- thoracic organs
- abdominal organs
- pelvic organs in women and men
- kidneys and adrenal glands
- blood vessels (angiography)
To obtain more accurate results, CT is performed using special contrast media. A contrast medium is used in the study of the brain, soft tissues of the throat, chest organs, liver, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, adrenal glands, salivary glands and of the pelvis blood vessels.
The Tosiba Asteion CT scanner which we use for diagnostics can study all parts of the body with a slice thickness of only 0.5 mm. Efficient use of radiation requires minimal radiation dosage to obtain an image of high quality and resolution.
Please make an appointment by phone: (044) 204 40 40.