CT radiology report

Radiologists create radiology reports the way a carpenter creates a chair; it’s the final product, the end result of all of their labor, training, and expertise. That’s a simplification, but the general comparison holds. When you go in for a scan (whether it’s a CT scan, MRI, an X-ray, computed tomography, or any other imaging…

What is a CT

A computed tomography (CT or CAT) scan allows doctors to see inside your body. It uses a combination of X-rays and a computer to create pictures of your organs, bones, and other tissues. It shows more detail than a regular X-ray. You can get a CT scan on any part of your body. The procedure doesn’t take…

leader in CT scans

Our imaging centers feature state of the art CT and PET scanners, with only the finest in advanced medical imaging services. For over 15 years our radiology center has provided convenient, affordable, outpatient CT and PET/CT scans to the Central Kentucky area.Our doctors and radiologists are skilled, experienced, and place the well-being of each patient…

migraines and CT scans

A CT scan uses X-rays and computers to make images of the body. It can sometimes help doctors diagnose headaches and their causes. You might need one if you have headaches daily or almost every day or have a sudden onset severe headache. Doctors can’t diagnose migraines with the test, though. How Does a CT Scan Help? The test can help your doctor…

shoulder CT

What’s the purpose of a shoulder CT scan? The most common reason for a shoulder CT scan is to evaluate the shoulder after an injury. This could be a one-time injury or a recurring one, such as the shoulder repeatedly popping out of its socket or dislocating. The scan can help your doctor assess a fracture more…

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