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What is a CT scan? CT stands for ‘computed tomography’. A CT scan is a uses X-rays to take pictures inside the body to help diagnose symptoms. It shows your bones and internal organs. The CT scanner is shaped like a large donut, with a table that moves you through a hole in the...

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What is contrast media? CT contrast media is sometimes called “X-ray dye”. It is a colourless liquid that shows up very clearly on CT scans. The dye does not stain your body and is passed out in your wee. Not all CT scans need contrast media. Please visit our resource about what a CT...

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Please note that there are 2 different types of skeletal survey exams. 1 type checks the bones for injuries, the other type checks bones for diseases. The following information covers skeletal surveys that check for injuries. What is a skeletal survey? A skeletal survey is an X-ray procedure where...

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