Metastatis from a lung tumour within body of L2 Sculptured 3D Virtual Reconstruction
showing extent of primary lung mass (space)
A CT scanner is used for
- Investigating nasal disease
- Investigating intrathoracic conditions
- Portosystemic shunts and other vascular anomalies
- Urinary tract conditions
Planning oncological surgery of the abdomen or thorax
Cases can often be scanned under sedation alone as the scanning time is much shorter than with an MRI, though in some cases anaesthesia may be required.
If you are unsure if your cases would benefit from MRI or CT scanning do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your cases and we can decide which imaging modality would be the most useful.