CT


Com­put­er­ized Axi­al Tomog­ra­phy, oth­er­wise known as CT, is a piece of equip­ment that uses ion­iz­ing radi­a­tion to pro­duce cross sec­tion­al images of the body. These images have three dimen­sion­al capa­bil­i­ties to allow the radi­ol­o­gist to bet­ter visu­al­ize your anato­my. CT tech­nol­o­gy has great­ly improved over the years, allow­ing tech­nol­o­gists to obtain greater image qual­i­ty with much less radi­a­tion dose to the patient. DMG has invest­ed in spe­cial soft­ware which sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduces radi­a­tion to our patients. 

DMG’s high res­o­lu­tion scan­ners pro­vide patients with increased com­fort and con­vienence. The increased speed of our scan­ners means less time on the table for your exam. Most CT scans can be com­plet­ed in as lit­tle as 5 – 10 min­utes. New­er CT scan­ners also fea­ture wider open­ings and increased weight limits. 

CT/CTA ser­vices at Duly Health and Care are accred­it­ed by the Amer­i­can Col­lege of Radi­ol­o­gy and the tech­nol­o­gists per­form­ing your exam are board cer­ti­fied in this modail­i­ty. After your exam, a radi­ol­o­gist sub-spe­cial­ized in read­ing and inter­pret­ing CT’s will review your images and com­mu­ni­cate the results with your physician.

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Coronary Calcium Score CT Scan

CT Angiography

CT of Chest, Abdomen & Pelvis

CT of the Extremities

CT of the Head, Sinuses, Facial Bones & Neck

CT of the Spine

Low Dose Lung CT Screening