The computed tomography (CT) procedure has advanced rapidly and has become the imaging exam of choice. The CT scan machine allows for thin cross-sectional views of body organs and tissues, using non-invasive radiographic techniques. Since the computerized image is so sharp, focused, and three-dimensional, many tissues can be better distinguished via CT scans than on standard x-ray systems.
Amber Diagnostics has provided some very informative links below to help you through the process of buying or selling your CT system.
- A Basic Overview of the CT System
- Types of CT Scanners on the Market
- How Much Does a CT Scanner Cost?
- Tips to Follow Before Your CT Purchase
For additional purchasing, safety, and site planning tips, be sure to download the FREE CT Scanner Buyers Guide.
If you have any further questions about CAT scan systems, or regarding buying and selling radiology equipment, give me a call anytime.
MRI, CT & PET/CT Specialist