Computed Axial
Tomography, or CT
, is a non-invasive diagnostic test that
creates cross-sectional images of a patient’s internal
structures. A CT scan utilizes a series of x-rays emanating from
different angles to create the images. The images are then
processed in a computer into three-dimensional pictures that
display organs, bones, and tissues in great accuracy and

Unlike other medical imaging techniques, CT enables differentiation
of soft tissue structures, such as liver, lung tissue, and fat. CT
is especially useful in searching for large space occupying
lesions, tumors and metastasis and can not only reveal their
presence, but also the size, spatial location and extent of a


“We are more productive, more profitable and more marketable
to our patients and referring doctors.”


Paula Englert

No self-referral regulatory hassle.  Bring your patients in-house diagnostic services and your practice more revenue.