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Sample Scans

Just what is seen by the radiologist, your physician and you when undergoing a Virtual Physical? We have a assembled a series of snapshots to give you an idea of what is seen, and what can be determined via the virtual physical. To the layman, these may look rather mundane, but to the trained eye, they provide a wealth of information. (we can order these in whatever order you choose and have written commentary that matches the scans).

An axial cross section through the upper abdomen demonstrating portions of the stomach, liver and spleen.

A "scout" tomogram of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis demonstrating the heart, lungs, and skeletal structures.

A "scout" tomogram of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis demonstrating the heart, lungs, and skeletal structures.

A "scout" tomogram of the patient's head and neck which provides a detailed image of the skull, sinuses, and cervical spine.

An axial cross section through the brain.


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