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 CT Orbits

CT Orbits

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The human orbit, or eye socket, is a complex anatomical structure that houses not just the eye but also an array of other critical elements like muscles, nerves, and blood vessels. A CT (Computed Tomography) scan of the orbits provides a non-invasive method to closely examine these structures, offering high- resolution images that can reveal fine details and assist in diagnosing various eye-related conditions.

CT Orbits, often known as an Orbital CT or Eye CT, employs a series of X-ray beams to create cross- sectional images of your orbits. This procedure is incredibly valuable as it allows doctors to view each layer of the eye socket, helping to pinpoint any abnormalities, injuries, or diseases that might be affecting the patient's vision or ocular health.

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The scan may be performed with or without the use of a contrast agent, which is a special dye that makes certain tissues and vessels more visible on the images. The contrast agent can be either injected into a vein or given orally, depending on the specific case.

  • Test NameCT Orbit Scan
  • DurationAlthough the scan itself typically takes about 10-15 minutes, you should expect the entire process, including preparation and post-scan procedures, to take approximately an hour.
  • Price₹ 4200 /-

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    Before the scan : Let your doctor know if you have any known allergies, particularly if you are allergic to iodine or contrast dyes. It's also crucial to inform your doctor about any pre-existing conditions such as kidney disease, asthma, diabetes, heart disease, or thyroid problems. These may affect how your body responds to the contrast agent. Pregnant individuals should also inform their healthcare provider due to the radiation exposure involved.

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    Fasting : Depending on whether a contrast agent is being used, your doctor may advise you to fast for a few hours before your scan. You'll be given specific instructions based on your unique situation.

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    Medications : If you're currently taking any medications, supplements, or vitamins, be sure to inform your healthcare provider. You may need to adjust your regular medication schedule or avoid certain drugs before the procedure.

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    Clothing : It's recommended to wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothes for your scan. In many cases, you may be asked to change into a hospital gown. Also, remember to remove all metal objects like jewelry, eyeglasses, hairpins, or dentures, as they can interfere with the CT images.

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    During the Scan : You'll be asked to lie still on a sliding table that moves into the CT scanner. The technologist may ask you to hold your breath briefly during the scanning process to prevent any motion that could blur the images.

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    After the Scan : If you were given a contrast agent, you might need to wait for a short period after your scan to ensure you don't have an adverse reaction. Drinking lots of fluids post-scan can also help your body eliminate the contrast material more quickly.

Frequently Asked Questions

CT Orbits can diagnose various conditions, such as tumors, inflammation, fractures, infections, and diseases affecting the eye and its surrounding structures. It can also help evaluate an individual's response to treatment following eye surgery or trauma.

Although the scan itself typically takes about 10-15 minutes, you should expect the entire process, including preparation and post-scan procedures, to take approximately an hour.

A CT scan is a painless procedure. However, some patients might experience discomfort if a contrast agent is injected. Typically, this manifests as a warm sensation or a metallic taste in the mouth.

While CT scans do involve exposure to radiation, the benefit usually outweighs the risk. A rare risk involves an allergic reaction to the contrast agent. In extremely rare cases, the contrast agent can damage the kidneys, particularly if the patient already has kidney disease.

A radiologist will interpret your CT scan images and send a report to your doctor. Typically, you can expect to discuss the results with your doctor within a few days after the scan.

If the scan reveals an abnormality, your doctor will discuss the findings with you and outline the next steps. This might include further tests, a referral to a specialist, or the commencement of a treatment plan.

If you're prone to claustrophobia or anxiety, notify your doctor before the scan. They may prescribe a mild sedative to help you feel more relaxed.

Yes, other imaging tests like an MRI Scan or an Ultrasound of the eyes and orbits might be used depending on the condition being investigated. However, a CT scan provides more detailed images of the bony structures of the orbits.

A CT Orbits is a highly effective tool that provides critical insights into the health of the eyes and the surrounding structures. It's essential to follow all instructions given by your doctor before, during, and after the procedure to ensure the best possible outcomes. Remember to ask your healthcare provider any questions you may have, as being well-informed can help reduce any anxiety or concerns.

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