CECT Scan Orbit Axial Coronal
What is CECT Scan Orbit Axial Coronal?
CECT Scan Orbit Axial Coronal is a diagnostic process that involves injecting contrast materials and using rotating X-ray beams to create cross-sectional images of the orbits, eye sockets, eye and the surrounding soft and bony tissue. They are then used for creating a 3D image of the eye orbit. The image that the scan gives can be used for detecting and assessing the problems in the orbits, eyes, and surrounding tissue.
CECT Scan Orbit Axial Coronal can detect fractures in the orbit bones or the eye socket. It can also detect any foreign objects present in the eye socket or eye or diagnose infection.
Why is CECT Scan Orbit Axial Coronal done?
- • To detect any fractures in the bones of the orbit or eye socket • To detect any foreign objects lodged in the eyes or eye socket • To diagnose any infections or inflammation in the area around the eyes • To detect and diagnose diseases of the soft tissues in this area, for e.g. muscles, blood vessels and nerves • To detect the presence of any tumors (abnormal growth)