Computerized Axial Tomography
No, a CAT scan has no residual effects.
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They are just as they say. An abdominal cat scan is just of that area and a pelvic cat scan is just of that area. Usually if an abdominal cat scan is ordered a pelvis is included so as to cover all things in both areas but if a pelvic cat scan is ordered it usually does not include the abdomen.
scanning with barium is knownas barium cat scan
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CAT scan is a Computerized Axial Tomography scan. MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
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The CAT scan Costs about an amount of 3,470 dollars. Though it depends on what you get sccanned. A whole Body CAT scan may cost more. But a chest probsly will cost about 3,470 dollars.The cost of a cat scan is going to vary depending on location and which place the cat scan is done. Some places can be almost $1,000 and others can be over $8,000.
A "Computerized Axial Tomographic" scan is a type of X-ray scan that is utilized for diagnostic purposes in a variety of health issues.
Computerized Axial Tomography scan
Computerised (Axial) Tomography
No, there isn't a difference between CT and CAT scans. CT scan was the original name of the CAT scan. CT stood for Computed Tomography, and the name was made more accurate by adding the 'A', so CAT stood for 'Computed Axial Tomography'. CAT scan is just a more specific and accurate name for CT scan.
I live in NYC and make a base of 74,000 as a one year CAT SCAN tech.
Without. I had a cat scan this morning for that very reason and no contrast was needed.
CAT SCAN is a medical procedure and so it would need to be arranged by a doctor or health-care professional.
Yes, a cat scan can detect cancer. It cannot detect all cancers all the time.
MRI Scan and CAT Scan.
An EEG or a CAT scan or an MRI scan.
Anyone can get a cat scan young or old. It is not recommended for women who are pregnant, since it uses radiation which could be harmful to the fetus.