CT

WHAT IS A CT?

 

A CT, or "computerized tomography", often referred to as a CAT Scan uses a series of x-ray views taken from multiple angles and computer processing to create cross sectional images of bones and soft tissue within the body. A CT scan can be used to study all parts of the body. 

 

WHAT TO EXPECT?

 

Depending on which part of the body is being scanned you may be asked to change into a gown for your exam. The tech will then ask you to lie on a table that is attached to the CT machine. Each exam will have different instructions, you may be asked to lift your arms above your head and/or hold your breath for small periods of time. Our friendly techs will walk you through all steps. If your physician has requested a CT with contrast you may be given an IV in your arm and the beginning of the exam so that it can be administered during your scan. For some types of CT scans you may be asked to drink a contast medium. Please carefully read the CT Contrast Consent Form before your exam begins and ask any questions you may have.

CT Scanner

CONTACT US

828 S. Grand Ave., Suite 104

Glendora, CA 91740

 

Phone: (626) 963-2057

Fax: (626) 963-4298

Email: Please use our contact form.

HOURS

 

Mon-Fri: 7am- 5pm

Sat: 8:30am - 12pm

Sunday: CLOSED

 

We currently offer

non-contrast MRI services only on Saturdays.

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