CECT Knee Joints
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What is CECT Knee Joints?
Contrast Enhanced Computerized Tomography (CECT) scan of the Knee Joint is a diagnostic procedure where rotating beams of X-rays are used to create cross sectional images of the knee. These cross sectional images can then be used to create a complete three dimensional image of the knee joint. This image can be used to visibly identify damage or other conditions of the joint and other soft tissues nearby.
Why is CECT Knee Joints done?
- To locate and diagnose the fractures of the bones forming the knee joint
- To assess articulation or movement of the knee joint
- To detect congenital anomalies (birth defects)
- To detect inflammation or infection and help diagnose arthritis
- To detect any damage of the connective tissues of this joint
Medcare Institute of Diagnostics now comes up with its first state of the art facility for Mumbai, comprising of almost all diagnostic facilities under one roof. This is one of a kind diagnostic centre where highly specialised investigations like PET-CT and Nuclear Medicine (SPECT-CT) are available in addition to almost all radiology and pathology diagnostic tests. It is well equipped with the latest technology in the fields of PET-CT, Nuclear Medicine, Radiology and Pathology, helping doctors...