CT Scan of the Chest   CT Scan is an imaging test that uses X-Rays and computer technology to create cross-sectional images of the organs and structures inside your chest. It provides detailed images of the chest than regular X-Rays and give more information about injuries or diseases in the chest area....

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Joint Pain   Joint problems are quite common and mostly occur in hands, feet, hips, knees, or spine. The pain could be recurring or constant and the joints can feel stiff, sore, or achy. Some people feel a burning, throbbing, or grating sensation. There is a possibility that you may feel that your joint...

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How to prevent ankle injury?   Injuries are a part and parcel of our daily life. Be it ankle injury, neck injury, shoulder injury, stress fracture, sprains, or anything. With every problem comes a solution be it medication, exercises, or surgery. There are several ways a doctor can diagnose the extent o...

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Pneumonia   Pneumonia is a lung infection that happens when your lungs are filled with pus or fluid. It can range from mild to very severe and can take place in either one of the lungs or both the lungs. It makes the breathing process difficult as sufficient oxygen cannot reach your blo...

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What are common shoulder injuries?   Shoulders are made up of two main bones and are surrounded by a group of muscles and ligaments. The bones of the shoulders are connected by the ligaments and tendons connect the bones to the surrounding muscles. Shoulder injuries can occur due to everyday activities...

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Difference between MRI and CT Scan MRI and CT scans are imaging methods that are used to diagnose a variety of medical conditions. These are done to get detailed images of the inside structure of the body. The major difference between them is that MRI uses radio waves and CT Scan uses X-rays to generate images....

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Recent advances in CT scan technology CT Scan is done to get the images of the inside structure of the body. It uses rotating X-Ray machines and computer to create cross-sectional images. It is performed on various parts of the body like head, shoulder, heart, abdomen, knee, etc. In this article, we will go thr...

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CT Calcium Scoring   Coronary Calcium Scoring is done to assess whether the arteries are blocked or narrowed by the plaque or not. It is a non-invasive method and can determine if the person is at an increased risk of a heart attack. It is also done to determine Coronary Artery Disease...

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Types of CT Scan   CT scans also known as CAT scans are diagnostic imaging tests that are done to get the images of the inside structure of the body. It can be used to diagnose a variety of conditions from injuries to heart diseases, cancer, liver masses, etc. In this article, we will g...

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Heart Disease   Heart disease, also known as Cardiac disease, is most common in the U.S. and is one of the major causes of death. Every  has heart disease over there. It covers various aspects of the heart like enlargement of the heart, defects in the heart right from birth, etc. There are various ways...

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