What is computed tomography?
Computed tomography (CT) is an advanced medical imaging technique that uses X-rays to produce precise, three-dimensional images of areas of a patient’s body. It gives doctors the ability to look at the body from different angles to help diagnose diseases, plan treatment and monitor patients’ progress.
Dlaczego Tomografia Komputerowa jest istotna w Stomatologii
Jak działa Tomograf Komputerowy?
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No, a CT scan is completely painless.
Yes, although CT scans use X-rays, the risks to health are minimal and doctors always try to minimise the patient’s exposure to radiation.
CT scans usually take up to a few minutes.
The cost of CT scans can vary, but the benefits of accurate diagnosis and treatment planning often outweigh the costs.
CT scanning is one of many diagnostic tools available to doctors. Each method has its unique advantages and limitations, and the best choice depends on the specific needs of the patient.