Today, new medical imaging technology has widely improved the area of computed tomography i.e. CT scan, which gives 3-D images of internal organs of the body, including the brain, heart and other organs, to perform diagnoses of heart disease and even stroke quicker and more accurate without making any a cut.
As seen in most of the medical imaging procedures, image quality is key factor. If the scanned image does not clearly displays all the minute details, the diagnosis may not be as exact. And now day’s latest CT technology permits the doctors to not only observe things they have never seen before, it means that patients are getting the most accurate and perfect diagnosis possibly, but it also performs faster exams on severely ill patients who might find it difficult to remain alive for quite long time.
For instance, United States is used the finest and fully automatic CT system which is currently the best industry’s resolution scanner available for cardiovascular imaging. It produces 32 slices of specified images as thin as 5 millimeters.
By using this new modern machine, a specified 3-D image is produced in order to allow doctors to observe the heart from virtually any angle, which results in immense confidence in diagnosing heart diseases and disorders.
Ineluctably, better diagnosis leads to better treatment and cure. As we gain better awareness of the dangers of heart disease, simultaneously we should also be aware of the medical technology available to our doctors. It is obvious that on one hand you have the option of a doctor who diagnose with the latest medical imaging technology and on another hand the doctor diagnose with out-dated technology. The options are in your hand which one will you choose?