What is a Computed tomography (CT)?
It is a painless procedure that uses contrast sometimes iodine administered intravenously. Its duration is variable depending on the type of scan to perform.
Unlike magnetic resonance imaging, positron emitting X-rays are absorbed by the body. The different density of each tissue that absorption varies. Thus, higher density, such as bones absorb more radiation. How muscle tissue, fat or viscera absorb less amount. These differences in absorption result in different shades of black of each tissue in the radiological study and white.
Preparation for the test will be indicated in each case by the doctor, especially if a contrast examination which is required prior fasting is done.
The CT scan is very useful for the staging of various cancers, such as those affecting the cranial area, such as breast cancer, lung cancer and prostate cancer. It is also useful for planning radiotherapy treatments by using three-dimensional images.
- Reservation: 9,00 EUROS (included in the total amount).
- Amount: 99.00 EUROS
It IS INCLUDED
Radiological study and report.
IS NOT INCLUDED
- Complications of exploration.
- Contrast 45 €
TERMS OF SERVICE
- Payment of the reservation can access the service described within three months.