CT scans are an x-ray based diagnostic test. CT scans allow the referring doctor and radiologist to review the body as you might look at a loaf of bread, in thin slices. The patient's scan can be reviewed in different orientations, looking at slices from the front or side of the body making it extremely accurate.
Any area of the human body can be assessed by a CT scan including brain, heart, neck, spine, chest, abdomen, pelvis and sinuses. CT scans can easily visualise bones, arteries and veins, fully access the bowels and organs of the body. This is a very versatile scanning technique with very few risks.
Toshiba Aquilion ONE 640 Slice CT Scanner
CT scanners are judged by the number of 'slices' of the body they can image with each rotation of the x-ray tube. Most NHS scanners are 32 or 64 slice machines whereas our Aquilion ONE has 640 slices.
*The above prices are guide prices only and subject to change at any given time. Diagnostic scans and investigations are not part of the guide price. The guide price indicates the starting price for the treatment.
A 10% Covid-19 supplement will be added to the hospital cost for each procedure or treatment to cover new protective measures. The hospital cost is a portion of the overall cost. This does not apply to radiology services such as an MRI or X-ray. We've implemented new protective procedures to ensure your safety at all times.
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