X-rays: This device creates a two-dimensional image of the fracture. This imaging is often used by healthcare practitioners as the initial step. A bone scan is used by healthcare practitioners to detect fractures that aren’t visible on an X-ray. This scan is more time-consuming, generally requiring two visits. CT scan: A CT scan creates detailed sections or cross-sections of the bone using computers and X-rays.
For more information, Consult Dr. Kunal Shah at K. K. Medical Centre, Orthopedic Surgeon in Dahisar-Call 9820190406
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