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CT Scan | RB Diagnostic

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Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2022

Price: $3,000.00

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The type of CT scan your doctor orders will depend in large part on the area of the body they want to evaluate.

Brain CT Scan: A doctor might order a head CT for a patient who is experiencing unexplained headaches or dizziness. The procedure can also help diagnose brain tumours or strokes.
CT Scan Chest/Lungs: A CT scan of the chest can provide a doctor with detailed images of a person’s lungs. Doctors might order the scan if a patient complains of having trouble breathing or of having chest pain.
Cardiac CT: A cardiac CT scan also takes pictures of the chest area. However, the focus is on a person’s heart. A doctor might order a cardiac CT to detect problems with the aorta, heart valves and other arteries.
CT Bone Scan: While an x-ray can detect a fracture or other problem with the bones, health care professionals also sometimes use a CT scan of the bones.

These are the most common use of CT scans. Apart from these, a CT scan also helps diagnose neck, pelvic, kidney and spine problems. If your looking for an experienced diagnostic centre for CT scans you must visit RB Diagnostics, the best-in-class NABL accredited one-stop medical lab with a 24/7 MRI & CT scan facility available. To book your slot, call: 033-4085 4085 or visit:

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