CT (Computerised Tomography) Scan

A CT Scan (Computerised Tomography Scan) is a Clinical Investigation.

A CT Scan uses X-rays and a computer to create detailed images of the inside of the body.

A CT Scan can be used to diagnose or monitor many different health conditions, including cancer and bone disease. It is often used to provide views of the body before another procedure takes place, such as a Biopsy or Radiotherapy treatment.

For further information on CT Scans, see the NHS website at: CT scan.

 

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shortnameCT
pluralCT Scans
fullnameComputerised Tomography Scan

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