NCCT Head And Orbit Axial
What is NCCT Head And Orbit Axial?
Non-contrast Computed Tomography (NCCT) of Head helps to visualize the skull, brain and other related areas of the head and NCCT Orbit helps to visualize eyes, eye sockets/orbits, surrounding bones and soft tissues. NCCT head is done in case of injuries, severe headaches, dizziness and symptoms of aneurysm, bleeding, stroke and brain tumors. NCCT orbit helps to assess any injury or inflammation in the eyes.
Why is NCCT Head And Orbit Axial done?
- • To detect fractures in the skull bones or along joints of skull bones • To determine problems of the eyes, bones around the eyes, and optic nerves • To plan interventional and reconstructive procedures of the head and orbit • To detect the presence of tumor in the brain • To guide biopsy of brain tumors • To assess the auditory bones to determine disorders • To diagnose cause of symptoms like confusion, dizziness, sudden loss of consciousness, etc. • To guide surgical procedures of the face and head