CT Abdomen

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CT is an imaging test that combines X-ray imaging and computer technology. A CT scanner consists of an X-ray system mounted on a moving mechanical ring and sophisticated X-ray detectors that record the information from which high-quality images can be created.

Abdomen (abdomen) is a term that generally refers to the area from the diaphragm to the groin. The abdomen includes organs that process food and fluid.

A computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen can be used to diagnose a number of different diseases and conditions. These can include cancers, infections, inflammation, and anatomical abnormalities. CT scans are able to provide detailed images of abdominal organs and structures.


3 hours of food abstinence before the examination, all medications can be taken.

The upper body is uncovered and a peripheral indwelling cannula (Venflon) is applied. Contrast medium is administered during the examination.

These examinations are provided as private services. This means that they will not be billed directly to the health insurance company, but will be billed directly to you in the form of a fee invoice.