Computed Tomography (CT) scan is a powerful X-ray procedure that produces detailed pictures, or slices, of the body. It is also called computerized tomography and computed axial tomography (CAT). A CT scan shows detailed images of any part of the body, including the bones, muscles, fat, and organs. CT scans are more detailed than conventional X-rays. A special machine linked to a computer makes the CT images. The images can then be examined on a computer screen or printed. CT scans are painless and noninvasive. No anesthesia is needed. The radiation exposure from a CT scan is low compared with other diagnostic tests such as conventional X-rays. During a CT scan, you lie on a narrow table that slides through the center of the machine. You may be asked to hold your breath for short periods of time to avoid blurring the images. The test takes about 30 minutes. The information from a CT scan can be used to diagnose problems such as infections, tumors, bleeding in the brain, or injuries to the spine or organs. It can also help guide procedures such as surgery or biopsies (removal of tissue samples).

When and Why CT Scan is Prescribed?

A CT scan is usually prescribed when there is a need for more detailed information than what can be obtained from an X-ray or physical examination. This may include conditions such as tumors, internal bleeding, and broken bones. CT scan can also be used to guide physicians and surgeons during biopsies, fluid drainage, and other treatments. In addition, CT scans are often prescribed by doctors to detect and diagnose diseases such as cancer, stroke, and heart disease.


To detect tumors, internal bleeding, broken bones.
To guide physicians and surgeons during biopses, fluid drainage and other treatment.
To diagnose disease such as cancer, stroke and heart disease.


A CT scan is a medical procedure that uses x-rays and computer technology to create detailed images of the inside of your body. CT stands for computed tomography. During a CT scan, you lie on a table and an x-ray machine circles around you, taking pictures of cross-sections of your body. The pictures are sent to a computer, where they are converted into 3-D images. Your doctor can use these images to diagnose problems or plan treatments. CT scans are painless and take about 30 minutes. You may be given a contrast material or get an intravenous (IV) line before the CT scan starts. The contrast material helps the radiologist see certain areas more clearly. If you have an IV line, the contrast material will be injected through it during the CT scan. After the CT scan is complete, you can go home and resume your normal activities. You should not have any side effects from the contrast material used during a CT scan. However, if you have an allergy to iodine, tell your doctor before having a CT scan so that he or she can prescribe medicine to lessen the chance of an allergic reaction. Very few might feel some discomfort from lying on the table during the procedure. You may also hear buzzing and clicking noises as the x-ray machine moves around you during the CT scan. Most people find these noises faint and do not find them bothersome. Some people may feel anxious or claustrophobic while lying still inside the small space of a CT scanner for long periods of time.


A CT (computed tomography) scan is a diagnostic imaging test that uses special X-ray equipment to create detailed cross-sectional images, or slices, of your body. Your body is typically scanned from your head to your pelvis. A CT scan can be used to diagnose problems with your bones, muscles, fat, and blood vessels. It can also be used to determine the size and location of tumors. If you are scheduled for a CT scan, there are a few things you should know beforehand. First, CT scans use ionizing radiation, which poses no to low threat. Second, you will need to lie still during the procedure to prevent blurred images. third, contrast material may be used during the scan to help highlight certain structures. This material has zero side effects however your doctor will recommend according to your health conditions.

Wear loose and comfortable clothes
If you have any metal implants in yourbody, please inform your doctor.
Eat light food before the scan.
If you are pregnant or think you may bepregnant, tell your doctor before you have an MRI scan.

Why Choose Aarthi Scans CT Services?

  • All reports checked by two radiologists Dual checked Reports to ensure 100% accuracy
  • 250+ Radiologists to ensure fast and accurate reporting
  • Reports within 4 hours*
  • All CT Scanners at Aarthi Scans are imported  from Siemens Germany (High Resolution MRI Devices)
  • AI Enabled CT screening Reporting for additional findings

Our team of expert radiologists and support staff are fully committed to providing the best possible care and results for our patients. We use cutting-edge AI technology to deliver fast, accurate results, and we prioritize your comfort and safety at all times. Whether you need a standard CT to evaluate a suspected injury or disease, or you need an advanced CT for more specific purposes, our experienced team can provide the personalized care that you deserve. At Aarthi Scans we offer superior service at fair prices with fast, reliable results every time.

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