What Is a CT Scan?
A computerized tomography (CT) scan is a painless, non-invasive medical test that allows doctors to see inside the body with more clarity than is possible with a traditional X-ray.
A CT scan combines X-rays and computerized technology to produce cross-sectional images of an area inside the body. Doctors can then use the images to diagnose and prescribe treatment for medical conditions and injuries.
For more information about the imaging services available at Memorial Hermann Surgical Hospital First Colony, please call us at (281) 243‑1000.