An x-ray tube spins around the patient during CT imaging, collecting several images from various angles. These photos are saved in a computer, which analyses them and creates a new image that is devoid of the underlying structures.
Benefits of CT
determining when surgery is required
lowering the number of exploratory operations required
enhancing cancer detection and treatment
lowering the duration of time spent in the hospital
assisting in the treatment of common ailments like as injuries, heart disease, and stroke
Patient placement in suitable areas of care, such as intensive care units, is being improved.