Computed Tomography or CT is a clinical imaging procedure which uses X-rays to produce a cross-sectional, or ‘slice’ image of the inside of the body. The process can show bones, as well as surrounding soft tissues such as muscle and blood vessels with great clarity.
CT imaging produces a volume of data which can be electronically manipulated to allow images to be reformatted in various planes.
Our CT systems are able to scan large areas of the body in one continuous operation and can deliver large numbers of images to aid in the diagnosis of many conditions, including neoplasm, cardiovascular disease, infectious disease, trauma and musculoskeletal disorders.
All of our imaging systems are regulatory compliant and benefit from regular hardware and software updates, ensuring that we always remain at the forefront of imaging capabilities.