Computed tomography is a diagnostic method that allows to create cross-sectional and spatial images of the part of the body under study. At KCM Clinic, We perform a wide range of examinations, Including functional and specialized vascular studies.
A computed tomography (CT) scan combines a series of X-ray images taken from different angles and uses computer processing to create cross-sectional images, or slices, of the bones, blood vessels and soft tissues of the body. CT scans provide more detailed information than regular X-rays.
Its assays have many uses, But it is especially useful for the quick examination of people with internal injuries from motor vehicle accidents or other types of trauma. It can be used to image almost any part of the body, to diagnose disease or injury, and to plan medical, surgical, or radiological treatment.
Computerized tomography uses:
- Tomography is used to diagnose several diseases, including: Malignant and benign tumors in different areas of the body:
- abdomen and pelvis
- artery and veins
Computed tomography features:
- The clear picture of the member being photographed and not showing the members that surround him
- It is characterized by the color contrast between the textures that are in the image
- It can produce high quality images with the least amount of radiation possible.
KCM Clinic aspires to make your stay and examination as enjoyable as possible, At KCM Diagnostic Centers, Diagnostics await you in a pleasant atmosphere and patient friendly staff