CT stands for Computerized Tomography (CT). It is a medical imaging technique that produces a more detailed image of the body (more than an X-Ray). In fact, a CT Scan gives a much better view of what the small bones look like after a break (fracture). Getting a CT Scan is relatively fast and easy.
If your provider ordered this advanced imaging, then please:
read the instructions, fill out the safety form and sign the consent.
Please arrive to your appointment 20 minutes before the appointment.
CT Scan: Patient Instructions + Safety & Consent form
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