High-definition CT scans for precise diagnosis and monitoring. Book your appointment today for an advanced CT imaging experience. This state-of-the-art technology allows us to capture highly accurate and detailed images of internal structures within your body.
At LycaHealth Orpington, we offer a cutting-edge CT scanning service using the Philips Ingenuity 128 Slice CT scanner. Whether you need a diagnostic tool or ongoing monitoring of a health condition, our CT imaging service can provide you with valuable insights.
At our state-of-the-art imaging facility, we offer CT 128 Slice, an advanced technology that provides exceptional detail and clarity. With our precise imaging capabilities, we can detect and diagnose a wide range of conditions, from cancer to vascular disease, with confidence.
Our high-definition CT scans allow for comprehensive examination of internal organs, joints, bones, blood flow, and soft tissue, enabling accurate diagnoses and personalised treatment plans.
We prioritise your well-being, which is why we have invested in the latest CT technology. Our CT 128 Slice scanner minimises radiation exposure without compromising image quality, ensuring a comfortable and safe experience for our patients.
The streamlined design of our scanner helps reduce scan time while maintaining superior resolution and accuracy. Our caring and experienced staff are dedicated to addressing any concerns you may have, creating a stress-free environment during your imaging procedure.
Contact the team for your CT 128 Slice imaging appointment today to access the unparalleled precision and convenience you deserve. Alternatively, use our secure online portal to register your private scanning referral today.
Head over to our self-referral page to book your private CT scan with LycaHealth Orpington today.
A CT 128-slice scan is a medical imaging procedure that uses X-rays to create detailed cross-sectional images of the body. The “128-slice” refers to the number of image slices captured in a single rotation, allowing for high-resolution images.
A CT 128-slice scan is commonly used to diagnose various medical conditions, assess injuries, monitor treatment progress, and provide detailed images for surgical planning.
Preparation instructions can vary based on the specific area being scanned. Generally, you may be asked to avoid eating or drinking for a few hours before the scan and to remove any metal objects.
You will lie on a table that slides into the CT scanner. The scanner will rotate around you, capturing images from different angles. You might need to hold your breath briefly during image capture.
The procedure itself is painless. However, some people may feel discomfort from holding still during the scan or from the contrast dye injection, if required.
The scan typically takes only a few minutes, though the actual time may vary based on the body area being scanned and the complexity of the study.
CT scans involve a small amount of ionising radiation. The benefits of accurate diagnosis usually outweigh the minimal risks, but it’s important to discuss concerns with your healthcare provider.
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