CT

What is CT?

Computed Tomography (CT) scan uses a combination of X-Rays taken from various angles and computer processing to create detailed two- or three-dimensional images of the body. MMI’s expert team uses the lowest dose of radiation possible to create world-class CT images.

Some studies may require oral contrast and/or intravenous iodine contrast to provide additional diagnostic information.

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Preparation:

Abdomen and Pelvis No food or drink (except some water) for 2 hours
Arrive 1 hour prior to appointment for oral contrast
Brain
Neck
Chest
No food or drink (except some water) for 2 hours
Arrive 15 minutes prior to appointment
Coronary AngiogramNo food or drink (except some water) for 2 hours
Arrive 1 hour prior to appointment
Stop all caffeine, cigarettes and Viagra for 12 hours prior
SpineNo preparation
Extremity eg. Hip, knee, hand, wristNo preparation
SinusNo preparation
CBCT Dental/OthersNo preparation