Computerized tomography is a rapid and painless diagnostic method that combines X-rays with advanced computerized technology to create accurate and detailed images of body and organ internal structures.
CT investigation is comfortable and short-lived, is not invasive and does not cause pain.
The patient stays on the examination table and slides slowly inside the device.
This technique is recommended to diagnose a large group of diseases of the skull, thorax, abdomen, pelvis or limbs, and can provide information on blood vessels and bones (acute bleeding, bone lesions, etc.).
CT is not done without the advice of a specialist, who will request this examination only when other paraclinical methods are insufficient for a correct diagnosis.