CT Brain

  • To look for damage after trauma to the head.
  • To investigate stroke symptoms to check for a blood clot or bleeding
  • To look for damage after trauma to the head.
  • To investigate stroke symptoms to check for a blood clot or bleeding.
  • For a CT without contrast, no preparation is required.
  • For a CT with contrast, do not eat anything for 3 hours before the scan.
  • The X-ray beam moves in a circle around the body, allowing many different views of the brain.
  • This information is sent to a computer that interprets the X-ray data and displays it in a 2D form on a monitor.
  • It will provide the medical professional with detailed information about brain tissue and brain structures and will help assess symptoms of aneurysms, bleeding, and brain tumours.
  • It will also help your doctor plan radiation therapy for brain cancer.
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