The NCCT Right Ankle Joint is a computerized tomography scan to detect problems in the Ankle joint region.
What is NCCT Right Ankle Joint?
NCCT Right Ankle Joint scan allows the radiologist to detect fractures, tumors and other problems present in bones, soft tissues, blood vessels and internal organs of a human body. Based upon the cross-sectional view they can create a 3D image of the scanned region providing a clear image for analysis of NCCT Right Ankle Joint. (1)
How is NCCT Right Ankle Joint Performed?
The NCCT Right Ankle Joint is an easy non-invasive procedure.
- The patient is made to lie down on the CT table and they will start scanning. They have an internal microphone system so the radiologist can hear the patient from outside.
- The patient has to lie still without any movement for clear imaging.
The CT scanner uses X-rays and advanced computer technology to take pictures of the ankle joint region.
Side-effects of NCCT Right Ankle Joint
NCCT Right Ankle Joint is a relatively safe procedure.
- Dangers of exposure to radiation especially in children and pregnant women.
- Allergic reaction like nausea, fatigue and headache, due to fasting and lying still during scan.
Preparation before NCCT Right Ankle Joint
Patients have to schedule NCCT Right Ankle Joint scan in advance.
- No solid food and heavy drinks four hours before the procedure.
- No liquids from at least an hour before the scan.
- Discussing medical history and medications with the radiologists.
Post-care after NCCT Right Ankle Joint
The side effects after NCCT Right Ankle Joint scan can be overcome by,
- Consuming lots of liquids to cool the stomach. Prevent immediate solid food intake.
- Report any kind of discomfort to the doctor including allergic reactions.
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