Also known as Computed Tomography, CT scans can scan any part of the body; this means that they have many different medical uses. CTs are most often used to screen for cancer, diagnose the stage for a type of cancer, diagnose the extent of trauma and damage to the body, and develop plans for treatment of different medical issues. Let’s take a look at how CT scans work, how long they take, and address a few more common questions we hear regularly at our office.
How Does A CT Scan Work?
Essentially, a CT scanner is […]