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This exam is available at our clinic in Town of Mount Royal.
A medical prescription is required to perform this examination.
Please note that CT-Scan examinations are not covered by the Régie de l’Assurance Maladie du Québec (RAMQ). However, most group insurance plans cover the costs.
Frequently asked questions
Computed tomography (CT-Scan)
What is a CT-Scan?
A CT scan is an X-ray examination used to capture detailed three-dimensional images of tissues, bones, organs or blood vessels. To see the different types of exams offered at Imagix, consult our detailed section on CT-Scans.
How do I have a CT-Scan?
You can have a CT-Scan done at one of our Imagix clinics offering this service. Make sure you have your prescription on hand to make an appointment online or by phone.
How is a CT-Scan performed?
To plan your activities, please note that the total duration of the visit can vary between 30 and 60 minutes, even if the exam itself only lasts from 5 to 25 minutes.
To learn more about the procedure, consult our detailed section on CT-Scans.
When should I have a CT-Scan?
Usually, a CT-Scan is performed to detect abnormalities or diseases that may affect any part of the body. There are several reasons why your health care professional may ask for a CT-Scan. To find out how the exam is carried out, consult our detailed section on CT-Scans.
What does TDM stand for?
"TDM" is the French abbreviation for "CT scan." A CT scan is an X-ray examination used to capture detailed three-dimensional images.
How do I prepare for a virtual colonoscopy?
Virtual colonoscopy requires a complete cleansing of the colon. Please consult the following page for the necessary steps to prepare.
How long does it take to send the report to my doctor?
Results are sent by fax, electronic medical record (EMR) or mail within 2 to 3 business days of the procedure.