The CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction is a scan done to see the internal anatomy of the pelvis to determine the stages of cancer.
What is CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction?
The CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction scan is done to determine abdominal pain in an individual. The reconstructed images help in figuring out the stages of cancer and the progress of the treatment as well.
A CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction scan is more refined as it is able to offer images of the soft tissues inside the body well. These include blood vessels, muscles, and different organs. Therefore, conditions like pancreatitis, appendicitis and bowel obstruction are much easier to figure out. 
The images taken from the CT Pelvis with 3D Reconstruction scan are later examined on the computer or printed. The diagnosis is given in under 48 hours. 
How is CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction performed?
The CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction scan is performed in the following fashion:
- The patient is asked to consume or is injected with a contrast dye.
- The patient needs to lie flat on his/her back and avoid any movement.
It takes about 15-30 minutes for the scan to complete.
Side effects/risks of CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction
Following are the side effects of the CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction scan:
- Irritation due to the contrast dye.
- Nausea and abdominal cramping due to the pressure on the pelvis.
Preparation before performing CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction
One can prepare for the CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction scan in the following way:
- Don’t consume any solids or liquids for at least 4 hours prior to the scan.
- Take off all the jewelry and wear comfortable clothes.
Post-care after CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction
The contrast dye must be flushed out of the system after the CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction scan by consuming lots of fluids.
Mfine helps you find the specialized technologists required for CT Pelvis With 3D Reconstruction. Download the Mfine app and consult the technologists online.