Full Body CT (DMD)Buy
Paranasal sinus CTBuy
CT single jawBuy
CT both jawsBuy
Thorax and abdomen CTBuy
CT colonoscopy or Virtual Colonoscopy (DMD)Buy
CT of bones and joints, upper limbsBuy
Foot and Weight-bearing CTBuy
Dual Energy CT scan for gout diagnosisBuy
Spine CT (neck, back, lower back)Buy
Coronary CT (DMD) or CoronariographyBuy
Screening cardiac CTBuy
Angio CT (DMD)Buy
- Contrast administration: Most CT tests require administering contrast material, either orally or intravenously. This allows viewing more clearly the internal structures of the body.
- Hydration: Being well hydrated before the test is recommended, i.e. having drank at least a litre of water within the 10 hours prior to the study. This makes it easier to eliminate the contrast from the body.
- Metal objects: The technician will give you the necessary instructions, provide you a gown and ask you to remove any metal objects (jewellery, watch, piercings, hairpins, mobile phones, dentures and hearing aids).
- Heart devices: It is important that you inform the technician about any device that you have implanted in your body (pacemakers, electrodes and clips from previous surgeries).
- Duration of the test: The test can take between 1 and 10 minutes, depending on the area to be explored. It is important that you stay still throughout this period.