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Covers any body part including chest, abdomen, and pelvis.
  • Green Imaging

    3800 South WS Young Drive #302, Killeen, TX 76542
    Imaging & radiology

      Green Imaging

      715 Discovery Blvd Building 1 Ste 102, Cedar Park, TX 78613
      Imaging & radiology

        Green Imaging

        16020 Park Valley Dr, Round Rock, TX 78681
        Imaging & radiology

          Green Imaging

          2816 Marketplace Drive Suite 120, Waco, TX 76711
          Imaging & radiology

            Green Imaging

            12319 N. MoPac Expressway Building C, Austin, TX 78758
            Imaging & radiology

              Green Imaging

              1212 W Parmer Lane Suite J, Austin, TX 78727
              Imaging & radiology

                Green Imaging

                2511 HWY 281 North Suite 300, Marble Falls, TX 78654
                Imaging & radiology

                  Green Imaging

                  16000 Park Valley Dr Ste 130, Round Rock, TX 78681
                  Imaging & radiology

                    Green Imaging

                    15808 RR 620 N Suite 110, Austin, TX 78717
                    Imaging & radiology

                      Green Imaging

                      11575 Jollyville Road, Austin, TX 78759
                      Imaging & radiology
                        See all CT scan with and without contrast
                        See all CT scan with and without contrast
                      1 provider available

                      CT scan with contrast

                      Covers any body part including chest, abdomen, and pelvis.
                      • Green Imaging

                        3800 South WS Young Drive #302, Killeen, TX 76542
                        Imaging & radiology

                          Green Imaging

                          715 Discovery Blvd Building 1 Ste 102, Cedar Park, TX 78613
                          Imaging & radiology

                            Green Imaging

                            16020 Park Valley Dr, Round Rock, TX 78681
                            Imaging & radiology

                              Green Imaging

                              2816 Marketplace Drive Suite 120, Waco, TX 76711
                              Imaging & radiology

                                Green Imaging

                                12319 N. MoPac Expressway Building C, Austin, TX 78758
                                Imaging & radiology

                                  Green Imaging

                                  1212 W Parmer Lane Suite J, Austin, TX 78727
                                  Imaging & radiology

                                    Green Imaging

                                    2511 HWY 281 North Suite 300, Marble Falls, TX 78654
                                    Imaging & radiology

                                      Green Imaging

                                      16000 Park Valley Dr Ste 130, Round Rock, TX 78681
                                      Imaging & radiology

                                        Green Imaging

                                        15808 RR 620 N Suite 110, Austin, TX 78717
                                        Imaging & radiology

                                          Green Imaging

                                          11575 Jollyville Road, Austin, TX 78759
                                          Imaging & radiology
                                            See all CT scan with contrast
                                            See all CT scan with contrast
                                          1 provider available

                                          CT scan without contrast

                                          Covers any body part including chest, abdomen, and pelvis.
                                          • Green Imaging

                                            3800 South WS Young Drive #302, Killeen, TX 76542
                                            Imaging & radiology

                                              Green Imaging

                                              715 Discovery Blvd Building 1 Ste 102, Cedar Park, TX 78613
                                              Imaging & radiology

                                                Green Imaging

                                                16020 Park Valley Dr, Round Rock, TX 78681
                                                Imaging & radiology

                                                  Green Imaging

                                                  2816 Marketplace Drive Suite 120, Waco, TX 76711
                                                  Imaging & radiology

                                                    Green Imaging

                                                    12319 N. MoPac Expressway Building C, Austin, TX 78758
                                                    Imaging & radiology

                                                      Green Imaging

                                                      1212 W Parmer Lane Suite J, Austin, TX 78727
                                                      Imaging & radiology

                                                        Green Imaging

                                                        2511 HWY 281 North Suite 300, Marble Falls, TX 78654
                                                        Imaging & radiology

                                                          Green Imaging

                                                          16000 Park Valley Dr Ste 130, Round Rock, TX 78681
                                                          Imaging & radiology

                                                            Green Imaging

                                                            15808 RR 620 N Suite 110, Austin, TX 78717
                                                            Imaging & radiology

                                                              Green Imaging

                                                              11575 Jollyville Road, Austin, TX 78759
                                                              Imaging & radiology
                                                                See all CT scan without contrast
                                                                See all CT scan without contrast
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                                                              FAQs

                                                              CT Scan

                                                              What is a CT scan?

                                                              A CT scan (computerized tomography scan) is a tool that doctors use to get a cross-sectional view of soft tissue, blood vessels, bones, and other structures inside your body. CT Scans take a series of x-rays of the body and use computer processing to combine them into the cross-sectional images that doctors use to diagnose conditions and develop treatment plans. CT scans are helpful in diagnosing internal injuries, treatment planning and monitoring, and disease detection. While often performed in hospitals' radiology departments, CT scans are generally outpatient procedures. This means that you can go home on the same day that you receive your scan.

                                                              CT Scans are performed with contrast and without contrast. Contrast is a dye used to enhance your imaging and is only needed in specific instances. Check with your referring physician if you're unsure which CT scan is right for you.

                                                              What should I expect at my CT scan?

                                                              During the procedure, you will lie on a motorized table that slides through a circular opening of the scanning machine. A CT scan works by emitting X-ray beams from the CT scanner to capture pictures of the body from multiple angles. Your technologist may ask you to hold still, or even hold your breath, to prevent images from blurring.

                                                              Once the procedure is complete you will likely be asked to drink fluids to help flush out the contrast material from your kidneys.

                                                              After the scan, you will be able to go about your daily activities. In most cases, you will get the results from your CT scan within several business days after your appointment. Depending on your results, your doctor may request follow-up testing.

                                                              Why is a CT scan necessary?

                                                              CT scans help doctors assess and diagnose abnormalities in soft tissue and bone. CT scans can also detect vascular medical conditions, like coronary heart disease or blood clots.

                                                              CT scans also help doctors plan for surgeries, giving them an inside look at the structures on which they intend to operate, as well as facilitating biopsies.

                                                              Your doctor may recommend a CT scan to:
                                                              - Detect and diagnose bone and muscle disorders
                                                              - Detect tumors and blood clots
                                                              - Diagnose an internal infection
                                                              - Detect and diagnose certain cancers
                                                              - Monitor conditions such as heart disease, internal organ problems, and masses developing in the body
                                                              - Monitor the progress of cancer treatment
                                                              - Detect internal bleeding

                                                              How much does a CT scan cost?

                                                              A CT scan can range anywhere from $300-$6750 with insurance, depending on the doctor you choose to see. With Sesame, you can book a CT scan in Killeen, TX for a fraction of the cost. Connect with a real, quality doctor on Sesame to save up to 60% on your next CT scan.

                                                              Online marketplaces like Sesame offer affordable CT scans - even if you don't have health insurance. Sesame works directly with doctors to set prices, so the price you see is the price you pay. No hidden fees, no surprise bills, no overhead costs - just affordable, convenient health care with quality doctors.

                                                              What is diagnostic medical imaging?

                                                              Diagnostic imaging describes technology that doctors use to see inside your body to diagnose and treat medical conditions. Doctors may order an x-ray, for example, to treat a broken arm, or a mammogram to scan for breast cancer. Here are some of the most common diagnostic medical imaging tools that doctors use to care for their patients.

                                                              - Doppler ultrasound: A special type of ultrasound that looks at major blood vessels to evaluate blockages in blood vessels, plaque build-up, or detect any congenital defects.

                                                              - X-rays: This process uses ionizing radiation that travels by electromagnetic waves to produce an image.

                                                              - Mammograms: These x-ray pictures for the breast detect early signs of breast cancer.

                                                              - CT Scan: A mix of computer imaging and x-rays that create a more detailed picture of your tissues, bones, and organs.

                                                              - MRI: A machine that uses a computer along with radio waves and magnets to produce a detailed image without the use of ionizing radiation.

                                                              Health care marketplaces like Sesame make it easier than ever to speak to licensed doctors in Killeen, TX who can recommend and schedule the diagnostic imaging procedure that is right for you.

                                                              Which diagnostic imaging scan do I need?

                                                              CT scans are a form of diagnostic imaging, a set of tools that allow doctors to see directly inside your body to better diagnose and treat conditions. Other common diagnostic imaging tools include:

                                                              • MRI: A machine that uses a computer along with radio waves and magnets to produce a detailed view inside the body, without exposing patients to any radiation exposure.

                                                              • X-rays: X-rays use ionizing radiation, which travels by electromagnetic waves, to produce images of structures inside the body.

                                                              • Mammograms: Mammograms take X-ray images of the breast to detect early signs of breast cancer.

                                                              • Ultrasound: Ultrasound technology allows for real-time sonograms (images) without the use of radiation.

                                                              • Doppler ultrasound: Special type of ultrasound that looks at major blood vessels to evaluate blockages in blood vessels, plaque build-up, or detect any congenital defects.

                                                              Your referring health care provider can help you make the right choice when it comes to medical imaging. Now, Sesame makes it easier than ever to book a visit with a radiologist today - no insurance needed.

                                                              Is MRI different from X-rays or CT scans?

                                                              Yes! While all three are forms of diagnostic imaging - technology that allows doctors to see inside your body to diagnose conditions - they vary significantly in their uses. Here's how.

                                                              X-rays

                                                              Anyone who's ever broken a bone, or even just gone to the dentist, has gotten an X-ray. X-rays (or radiography) use ionizing radiation to form clear images of the internal parts of the body. These electromagnetic waves pass through your body. Areas with high levels of calcium (bones and teeth) block the radiation, causing them to appear white on the image. Soft tissues allow the radiation to pass through and appear gray or black on the image. X-rays are the fastest and most accessible imaging services and are often considered the first line of imaging.

                                                              X-rays are optimal for examining bones and teeth, but less effective in diagnosing conditions within the body's softer tissue.

                                                              CT Scans

                                                              CT scans, also known as computed tomography, may be used to evaluate head trauma, bone fractures, pneumonia, internal bleeding, issues concerning internal organs, tumors, and the development of cancer or its response to treatment. Doctors order CT scans more often because they're less expensive and faster than MRIs while providing high-quality images they need to make a diagnosis. However, because CT scans do use a small dose of ionizing radiation doctors may refer patients who are pregnant or that require a clearer image to get an MRI.

                                                              If you're needing any of these services, Sesame can connect you directly with top-rated providers in Killeen, TX all at affordable cash prices. Browse availability and book an appointment online with Sesame- no insurance needed. It's that simple!