CT 128 Slice

Elevated Imaging offers the latest in cutting edge CT imagery with our 128 slice CT that provides high-quality images for advanced clinical applications.

Advanced Computed Tomography (CT)

At Elevated Imaging, we specialize in Computed Tomography (CT), using a 128 slice CT scanner to produce high resolution images, enabling better visualization of anatomical structures and pathology.

Our services are crucial for diagnosing various health conditions, including but not limited to, angiography, neuro, trauma, cancer, internal organ conditions, vascular conditions, and bone and joint disorders.


Expert CT 128 Imaging

Our facility is equipped with an advanced 128 CT scanner, capable of high-resolution digital imaging. This technology excels in capturing 3D detailed images of different body areas including, cardiac, brain, and pulmonary. Enhanced image clarity is a hallmark of our service at Elevated Imaging.

Preparation for Your CT scan

Before a CT scan at Elevated Imaging, patients are advised to change into a gown and remove any metal objects or jewelry that could interfere with the imaging. Depending on the type of CT scan you’re having, you may need to fast for a few hours beforehand, or you might be given a contrast dye to drink or be injected with. Patients lie on a table that slides into the scanner, and it’s important to remain still during the scan. The process is painless and non-invasive.

Safety and Patient Comfort

CT, a procedure approved by the U.S. FDA, is safe and uses X-rays and computer processing to create detailed cross-sectional images of the body. Patients can eat after the exam and return to normal activities. We recommend wearing comfortable, metal-free clothing during the scan.

The CT Experience

Our technologists explain the procedure thoroughly and maintain communication throughout the scan. We prioritize comfort for all patients, including those with physical limitations or claustrophobia.

 

Results and Reporting

A Board Certified radiologist analyzes the CT images and the results are then discussed with the patient by the referring physician.

Accreditation and Excellence

Elevated Imaging is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR), ensuring high standards in our CT services.

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FAQ

  • Is an MRI safe?

    Yes, MRI is a safe procedure approved by the FDA. It uses magnetic fields and radio waves, not radiation.

  • Is an MRI safe?

    Yes, MRI is a safe procedure approved by the FDA. It uses magnetic fields and radio waves, not radiation.

  • Is an MRI safe?

    Yes, MRI is a safe procedure approved by the FDA. It uses magnetic fields and radio waves, not radiation.