CT Scans

State-of-the-Art for the Whole Body

What is a CT Scan?

Computed tomography (CT) scan is a non-invasive medical test that combines special x-ray equipment with sophisticated computers to produce multiple images of the inside of the body. These cross-sectional images help physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions.

How can I prepare?

Depending on the area being scanned, a technologists may ask you to remove things like jewelry, glasses, or dentures. They may also instruct you to refrain from eating prior to the exam. Specific instructions will be given to you at the time of scheduling.

What can I expect?

Some scans require a contrast agent, which highlights parts of your body on the images. Generally, contrast will be injected into a vein in your arm at the time of the scan. Taking only 5 minutes, you’ll lie on a table and be moved through a doughnut-shaped scanner. You’ll then be able to return to your normal activity.

Available at the following locations.

Traditional CT Scans

We provide traditional CT Scans for the sinus, face, orbits and temporal bone; neck; Chest – high-resolution, routine; Abdomen/Pelvis; Extremity/Musculoskeletal; Spine; Calcium scoring.

Advanced CT Scans

We provide advanced CT services, including 64- and 40-slice systems, for CT urography, CT colonography, and CT angiography (chest, head, neck, adbomen/pelvis, extremities/runoff, and brain).

Make your appointment today. 
(540) 741-XRAY (9729)

A CT Scan requires a prescription.

Our Accreditation

ACR

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF RADIOLOGY 

ICAVL

INTERSOCIETAL COMMISSION FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF VASCULAR LABORATORIES 

ICANL

INTERSOCIETAL COMMISSION FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF NUCLEAR LABORATORIES

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