CT (computed tomography)

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CT examination is fast and does not cause pain to the patient. This method is used as one of the primary diagnostic options and as a clarifying technique in addition to other diagnostic methods.

What problem does it solve?

Computed tomography allows you to determine the localization, the size of the pathological focus, and evaluate the results of treatment. It is used to diagnose a variety of diseases, including benign and malignant neoplasms, tissue damage after injuries, inflammatory processes, vascular pathologies.

Advantages of the method:

high information content, high accuracy of the study;

the radiation dose is much lower than on an X-ray machine;

it can be used for people who have metal devices (implants, plates, devices) in their body;

physiology of studies (does not affect the course of the normal or pathological process of vital activity of the organ and system);

absence of injury;

no complications;

speed of research.

In which cases is CT used?

If there is a suspicion of a tumor;

It is necessary to investigate the prevalence of the tumor process;

Presence of injuries of the bone system (spine, bones, joints);

Diseases of the lungs, as well as abdominal and pelvic organs;

studies of the results of surgical intervention;

At the direction of a doctor for diagnosis or confirmation;

To monitor treatment and its results;

According to clinical indications, with insufficient information content of non-radiation methods;

for carrying out therapeutic and diagnostic manipulations, for example, punctures under control.