CT Pulmonary Angiography
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What is CT Pulmonary Angiography?
The Computed Tomography (CT) Pulmonary Angiography test is an imaging procedure where rotating beams of X-rays are used to create a detailed three dimensional image of the blood vessels of the lungs after injection of a contrast material to assess blood flow patterns and detect blockages or vascular damage.
Why is CT Pulmonary Angiography done?
- • To detect blockages of the blood vessels due to plaque formation or clots • To detect weak points of the pulmonary blood vessels or aneurysms • To detect narrowing of blood vessels of the lungs • To determine if shortness of breath is caused by inadequate blood supply to the lungs • To detect any malformations of the pulmonary blood vessels
Mahajan Imaging has a history of bringing new technologies into the private sector in the country for example standing weight bearing MRI, Cone Beam Dental CT, functional MRI, MR tractography, MR mammography, CT coronary angiography, 4D ultrasound with tomography, PET-CT, CT-guided robotic biopsy, digital mammography and DEXA bone densitometry. Continuing the said trend, they have recently installed Asia’s 1st Silent MRI technology and India’s first Dual Energy Spectral CT Scanner with the most...