Computed tomography is a non-invasive, state of the art diagnostic process used to diagnose a broad assortment of health conditions, including blood vessel disease and heart disease. In a CT scan, low dose X beams rotate around the patient and generate a series of cross-sectional images of selected portions of the body.
CT scans can detect bone and joint problems, like complex bone fractures and tumors. If you have a condition like cancer, emphysema, heart disease, or liver masses, CT scans can spot it or assist specialists with seeing any changes. They show internal injuries and bleeding, such as those caused by a car accident.