Computed Tomography is a radiological examination which allows to obtain multilayer cross-sections of the patient's body images. The development of CT technology has had a significant impact on a significant reduction in the amount of radiation and the apparatus possessed by the CMS meets these criteria. The CT laboratory at CMS is equipped with a 64-row and 128-layer apparatus with a very wide range of diagnostic possibilities.
CT examination allows to analyze selected body structures at different angles. Computed tomography is most often recommended in the case of diagnosis of injuries, oncological diagnostics, imaging of internal organs, including non-invasive vascular examination and in the broadly understood skeletal system diagnosis in particular in the diagnosis of focal lesions of bones, degenerative changes and in the assessment of joint implants (joint replacement) and spine.