NCCT Scrotum is a plain scan that does not use contrast media to create a detailed image of the scrotum's internal structure and pathology.
A CT scan of the testicles can help doctors determine whether a tumour has spread to other organs and the stage of cancer. It also shows the tumour’s or mass's location, size, and shape. The most common imaging test for men with testicular cancer is a CT scan of the testicles.
Doctors recommend this radiology scan to look for any underlying problems in the scrotum concerns like:
A testicle ultrasound is performed to: Assist in determining why one or both testicles have grown in size. Examine a mass or lump in one or both testicles. Determine the source of your testicular pain.
There is no condition in which NCCT Scrotum is not performed.
In this examination, you need to lie supine (on your back) on the exam table head first and your arm is placed on the sides of the body then scans are performed. No contrast is used in this examination.
A clear gel is applied to the scrotal sac to aid in the transmission of sound waves. The technologist then moves a handheld probe (the ultrasound transducer) over the scrotum. High-frequency sound waves are produced by the ultrasound machine. These waves create a picture by reflecting off areas of the scrotum.
procedure is painless and quick. this procedure is generally well-tolerated, with most patients experiencing either mild pain or no pain during the procedure. There were no patients who experienced excruciating pain.
A NCCT (non - contrast computed tomography) Scrotum Testis typically performed in a hospital's radiology department or an outpatient imaging facility. So, for the best services and reliable results, schedule your test at Ganesh Diagnostic in Yamuna Vihar.
|Test Type||NCCT Scrotum Test|
NCCT Scrotum Test (CT Scans)
|Test Price:||₹ 3600|
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