3D-CT Scan Right Leg
What is 3D-CT Scan Right Leg?
The 3D Scan Right Leg is a radiology technique for obtaining detailed images of internal organs, fractures, muscle tissue, and arterial veins. The test may be used to detect infection or illness, a mass felt during a physical examination, or a shattered bone.
A little burning sensation, a metallic taste in the mouth, and a warm flushing of the body may occur after receiving distinction through an IV. If the limb being examined appears to be in good condition, the results are called normal.
Cross-sectional images of the leg are produced using a computed tomography (CT) scan. The images are created using X-rays. Conducting many X-rays or CT scans over time may increase your cancer risk, although the danger from a single scan is low.