Computerized Tomography (CT) Scan

State-of-the-Art GE's Computerised Tomography (CT) scan

At St. Theresa’s Hospital, we have installed General Electric’s (GE) State-of-the-Art Computerised tomography (CT) scan machine Revolution™ ACTs Expert Edition to benefit patients. 

Revolution ACTs Expert Edition is GE’s new CT platform, packed with end-to-end product enhancements – from the capability to deliver 32 slices to solutions that specifically tackle your challenges.

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What is CT Scan
A computerized tomography (CT) scan uses X-rays and a computer to create detailed images of the inside of the body. CT scans are sometimes referred to as CAT scans or computed tomography scans.
CT scans can produce detailed images of many structures inside the body, including the internal organs, blood vessels and bones.
They can be used to:
1. Diagnose conditions – including damage to bones, injuries to internal organs, problems with blood flow, stroke, and cancer
2. Guide further tests or treatments – for example, CT scans can help determine the location, size and shape of a tumour before having radiotherapy, or allow a doctor to take a needle biopsy (where a small tissue sample is removed using a needle) or drain an abscess
3. Monitor conditions – including checking the size of tumours during and after cancer treatment