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CT Images Tell a Clear Story

Computed Tomography (CT) is a very fast diagnostic imaging exam that combines the power of X-ray with computers. This advanced technology captures incredibly clear images, allowing our subspecialized radiologists to interpret what is happening inside your body and accurately report that back to your provider.

To schedule a CT at one of CDI’s outpatient centers in Washington State, call 855-643-7226


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CT excels at imaging large parts of the body in seconds. Your time on the scanner bed is typically less than 15-20 minutes. CT may be used in the detection or staging of cancer, but excels at imaging the body from head to toe:

  • Sinuses
  • Jaw/dental
  • Chest/lungs/heart
  • Abdomen
  • Colon
  • Bones
  • Organs
  • Vascular system

 

Learn about CT and radiation 

Understand the differences between MRI, CT and X-ray