CT scanning is a diagnostic imaging procedure that uses x-rays to build cross-sectional images ("slices") of the body and organs.
It uses a combination of X-rays and a computer to create pictures of the organs, bones, and other tissues. CT Scan reproduces higher resolution images compared to a regular X-ray.
Study the blood vessels and other internal structures
Patient is advised to remove jewellery, glasses, dentures and hearing aids. Post that the patient is positioned on a couch that moves into the scanner.
As the CT machine moves into position there is humming buzzing and clicking sounds of the machine, it is important to remain still during scanning to obtain clear images