3D Scan Right Knee Joint
What is 3D Scan Right Knee Joint?
3D Scan Right Knee Joint is used to identify or evaluate injuries of the right knee. Doctors and trained personnel can view the muscles, tendons, ligaments, arteries, and bones of the knee after the 3D scanner (that encircles the body) sends photos to a computer. The 3D Scan Right Knee Joint is a test that takes detailed images of the knee using X-rays. If there are no issues, the results are termed normal. CT scans carry risks such as exposure to radiation, supplementary dye allergy, and birth defects if performed during pregnancy. The dye used during the process can harm your kidneys for a short time. If your kidneys have previously been damaged by disease or infection, you're at a higher risk.