CT Scan

CT scan – sometimes called a CAT Scan – is short-form (acronym) for a Computerized Axial Tomography Scan. A CT Scan typically combines multiple rotating X-Rays along with hi-end computerized processing to produce a more detailed ‘picture’ of the inner structures of a body – including bones, tissues and organs. A CT Scan offers significantly greater detail and clarity as compared to a regular X-Ray (it’s a bit like looking inside a slice of bread, instead of an outer view of the entire loaf). A CT Scan is typically done on our spine, heart, head, chest, abdomen, abdomen and knee. During a CT Scan, the body is made to pass through a tunnel-like machine which rotates through a 360-degree arc as it takes X-Ray images in rapid succession. These images are subsequently fed into a computer to produce an ‘all-around’ 2D snapshot of any part of the body. A minimally invasive and painless procedure, a CT Scan can be done on any part of the body in little time. While essentially 2D in nature (ie, producing two-dimensional image slices), a CT Scan can also be employed to create 3D images. A CT Scan cost depends on the body parts which you want to scan. Search below and find CT scan cost in New Delhi, Tilak Nagar , India.

CT Scan Test Cost

Please search for your tests below to find CT Scan cost in New Delhi, Tilak Nagar , preparations required and other details. The CT scan cost depends on the parts of body which you want to scan.

How is a CT Scan Performed? (CT Scan Procedure)

A CT Scan (computed tomography ) or CAT (Computed Axial Tomography) Scan diagnostic method which allows doctors to see anatomy. A CT Scan processes hundreds of X-Ray and produces cross-section pictures of bones, organs, and other tissues. Having acquired multiple images it is more detailed and than a regular X-ray. CAT Scan is the fast and painless procedure to scan any part of your body.

CT Scan Procedure

A CT Scan is usually done in a hospital or radiology clinic, and is performed by a qualified radiology technologist. The patient may be advised by the guiding medical professional or doctor to abstain from eating or drinking for a few hours before the procedure begins. When it is time for the Test, the patient will be required to lie on a table – usually on the back, though sometimes it may be sideways or face-down as well. The table then starts to make its way slowly inside a large and circular (donut-shaped) CT Machine that contains circling X-Ray beams within. As the body passes through the circle, the X-Ray beams capture a ring-like, cross-sectional image of the ‘slice’ of the body directly in its ‘gaze’ or range. After every ‘X-Ray shot’, the table (on which the patient is lying) will move a bit, enabling the machine to take the next ‘shot’. These shots are subsequently scanned and processed digitally to generate a series of 2D ‘slices’ of the body, each slice providing a detailed image of the bones, tissues, blood vessels and organs. The patient has to remain as still as possible during the scanning process to ensure ‘best results’. When the Scan is the operation, nobody is allowed to be present in the room – with the exception of the patient, of course. During the process, the patient can communicate with the radiologist professional who is conducting the Scan via intercom – and vice versa. A CT Scan can take anywhere between a few minutes to a half-hour at the max, and one can usually return home almost immediately once the procedure has been completed.

How Long Does A CT Scan Take?

A Simple CT Head (also known as NCCT Head or CT Brian) typically takes a few seconds inside a multislice CT scanner and does not require much pre-preparation. More complicated investigations such as CECT WHOLD ABDOMEN (CT Abdomen with Contrast) or CT Triple Phase Abdomen. Phase Abdomen may take hours of pre-preparation including oral and IV contrast administration.

More CT Scan Test Name & Price List:-
Test Name MRP Offer Price
3D CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY 15000 10500
3D CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY WITH CALCIUM SCORING 15000 10500
CALCIUM SCORING 9000 6300
3D CT ANGIOGRAPHY CEREBRAL 13000 9100
CT CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY 14000 9800
CT HEAD-CONTRAST 3800 2280
CT NECK - CONTRAST 6800 4080
CT ANGIOGRAPHY ABDOMINAL /CHEST 14500 10150
CT ANGIOGRAPHY AORTIC 14500 10150
CT ANGIOGRAPHY BRAIN +NECK 24000 16800
CT ANTEROGRAPHY 11000 7700
CT BRAIN & ORBIT [CONTRAST] 5800 3480
CT BRAIN & ORBIT [PLAIN] 5000 3500
CT Chest + Upper Abdomen(Contrast) 16500 9900
CT CHEST - CONTRAST 7000 4200
CT ENTROGRAPHY 11000 6600
CT FACE & P.N.S[CONTRAST] 5700 3420
CT FACE & PNS -PLAIN 4500 3150
CT FOR CHEST - PLAIN 5000 3500
CT FOR NECK - PLAIN 5000 3500
CT FOR ORBITS - CONTRAST 6000 3600
CT FOR ORBITS - PLAIN 4500 3150
CT FOR PITUITARY [CONTRAST] 5800 3480
CT HEAD PLAIN 2800 1400
CT HEAD-PLAIN & CONTRAST 6500 3900
CT NECK+THORAX+UPPER ABD(CONTRAST) 21800 13080
CT NECK+THORAX+UPPER ABD.(PLAIN) 17000 8500
CT ORBIT AXIAL & CORONAL CONTRAST 8000 4800
CT ORBIT AXIAL & CORONAL PLAIN 6500 3250
CT ORBIT AXIAL PLAIN 4500 2250
CT ORBIT CORONAL PLAIN 4500 2250
CT PELVIS - CONTRAST 7000 4200
CT PELVIS - PLAIN 5000 2500
CT PNS CORONAL&AXIAL [CONTRAST] 8000 4800
CT PNS CORONAL&AXIAL [PLAIN] 6500 3250
CT SINOGRAM 4800 3360
CT SPINE - 3 LEVELS 4500 3150
CT SPINE - 4 LEVELS 5500 3850
CT SPINE - 5 LEVELS 6500 4550
CT SPINE - 6 LEVELS 7000 4900
CT TEMPORAL BONE 6000 3000
CT UPPER ABDOMEN - PLAIN 3900 1950
CT UPPER ABDOMEN [CONTRAST] 7000 4200
CT WHOLE ABDOMEN - PLAIN 6500 3250
CT WHOLE ABDOMEN WITH UROGRAPHY WITH CONTRAST 12000 7200
CT WHOLE ABDOMEN [CONTRAST] 8500 5100
PET-CT WHOLE BODY 31000 18290
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