Computerized Tomography (CT)

Computerized tomography, also known as a CT scan, allows physicians to see cross-sectional images of your body. Those cross-sectional images––often called “slices”––are created from a combination of X-rays and computer technology.

During your visit to the CT Department, an Inspira technologist will begin by asking you several questions about your medical history to determine if there are any special changes to be made during your exam. That information will also be made available to the Inspira radiologist who will interpret your exam, so they have a comprehensive understanding of your health.

Inspira technologists will perform a CT scan to take highly detailed images of various parts of the body to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Abdomen and pelvis: To check for appendicitis, cancer, trauma or kidney stones.
  • Brain: To check for bleeding, tumors, blood clots or signs of stroke.
  • Chest: To check for a mass, pneumonia, trauma or even a collapsed lung.
  • Extremities: To check for bone abnormalities and infections.
  • Soft tissue in neck: To check for lump or mass.
  • Spine: To check for a herniated disc, trauma, or arm or leg numbness and weakness.

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Why Choose Inspira?

Largest in the Region
Inspira Imaging Centers make up the largest network of imaging services in the region that offer the latest medical imaging technologies at 10 convenient locations right in your South Jersey neighborhood. The American College of Radiology has accredited our locations in CT, MRI, PET/CT, nuclear medicine, mammography and ultrasound. In addition, the Inspira Medical Center Vineland is a designated Breast Imaging Center of Excellence.

Patient-Focused Radiologists and Technologists
Our courteous staff provides excellent customer service in comforting and convenient surroundings. Our technologists produce high-quality images that provide your physician with vital information to accurately diagnose and treat you. Our radiologists are able to deliver those digital images and reports easily through a speech recognition reporting system.