About the Scan – CT Arthrography
SMIL offers arthrography to evaluate and diagnose pain and abnormalities in the joints. Arthrography is computed tomography (CT) examination that uses an injection of special contrast material directly into the joint.
The special contrast material outlines the structures within the joints and allows SMIL radiologists to view accurate images of the joint being examined.
CT arthrography images help SMIL radiologists evaluate alterations in the structure and function of a joint and help to determine the possible need for treatment. The procedure is most often used to identify abnormalities within the:
Learn how to prepare for a CT arthrography scan in the preparations for CT arthrography section.
Find out if a CT arthrography scan is right for you in the benefits and risks of a CT arthrography section.
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