ct skull

CT Skull

CT skull is a method of high-precision tomographic X-ray diagnostics that allows visualizing the bones of the cerebral and facial skull, soft tissues of this anatomical zone. The study is performed during the diagnosis of traumatic brain injuries, fractures of the bones of the facial skull, tumors, developmental abnormalities, foreign bodies, inflammatory changes and pathological…

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CT Scan Jaw

CT scan jaw is a method of layer-by-layer X-ray diagnostics that allows for volumetric image reconstruction and detailed assessment of the condition of the patient’s dental system. The scanning area includes the upper and lower jaws, dentition, mandibular canal, TMJ, maxillary sinuses. It is used for planning dental implantation and other operations, diagnosis of developmental…

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CT Cisternography

CT cisternography is a layer-by-layer scanning X-ray visualization of the cerebrospinal fluid spaces of the brain. It is carried out after endolumbal administration of an iodine-containing contrast agent. First, a scan is performed in a lateral projection, then the required number of frontal sections is performed. CT cisternography is informative for the diagnosis of posttraumatic…

CT sella turcica

CT Sella Turcica

CT sella turcica is a targeted X-ray examination of the pituitary bone receptacle in the sphenoid bone of the skull with subsequent computer processing of the scans. Allows you to visualize in detail the area of the sella turcica and the intersection of the optic nerves (chiasm), allowing you to judge the presence of pathological…

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CT Orbit

CT orbit is a layer-by-layer scanning of the orbital cavity with X-ray beams in three projections (lateral, frontal and axial) followed by computer reconstruction of the image. The bone structures of the orbits formed by the frontal, zygomatic, lacrimal bones and the upper jaw are well visualized on tomograms.  CT of orbits is the most informative…

CT paranasal sinus

CT Paranasal Sinus

CT paranasal sinus is a layered X-ray scan of the paranasal sinuses. Allows you to evaluate the location, structure and thickness of bones, the size and shape of cavities, the patency of nasal passages. It is used to diagnose inflammatory processes, tumors and tumor-like formations, as well as to identify structural anomalies and degenerative changes…

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CT Temporal Bone

CT temporal bone is a method of obtaining layered sections of the structures of the pyramid, the tympanic cavity and the scaly part of the temporal bone. The study is performed in standard projections: axial, anterior semi-axial, anterior semi-coronary and coronary. Computed tomography of the temporal bones is indicated for traumatic injuries of the temporal…

ct scan brain

CT Scan Brain

CT scan brain is a highly informative method of radiation diagnostics used to obtain a layered image of brain structures. It allows you to detect tumors, structural anomalies, foci of inflammation, post-traumatic changes and other pathological processes. It is performed without special training, with contrast enhancement is carried out on an empty stomach. CT scan…

pituitary ct

Pituitary CT

Pituitary CT, along with MRI, is the leading method of imaging pituitary adenomas (prolactinomas, somatotropinomas, prolacto-corticotropinomas, prolactosomatotropinomas), as well as hormone-inactive (“mute”) tumors. With CT of the pituitary gland, topography, dimensions, glands are evaluated; the presence of additional formations, their size and structure (solid, cystic), spreading beyond the Turkish saddle, germination into bone structures and…