Orlando, FL CT Scan Cost Comparison

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A CT Scan in Orlando costs $990 on average when you take the median of the 42 medical providers who perform CT Scan procedures in Orlando, FL. The least expensive CT Scan in Orlando is $110 for a CT Bone Density Scan while the most expensive CT Scan list price is $1,950 for a CT Angiography - Aorta. There are 21 different types of CT Scan provided in Orlando, listed below, and the price for each differs based upon your insurance type. As a healthcare consumer you should understand that prices of medical procedures vary and if you shop from the Orlando providers below you may be able to save money. Start shopping today and see what you can save!
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Compare CT Scan Providers in Orlando, FL

Facility City Type
Advanced Imaging Center of Leesburg Leesburg Diagnostic Testing Facility
Florida Radiology Imaging at Princeton Orlando Diagnostic Testing Facility
Drew Medical, Inc (Ocoee) Ocoee Diagnostic Testing Facility
Center for Diagnostic Imaging Orlando Diagnostic Testing Facility
Vincon Diagnostic Center Winter Springs Diagnostic Testing Facility
Drew Medical, Inc. (Kissimmee) Kissimmee Diagnostic Testing Facility
Florida Hospital Orlando Orlando Acute Care Hospital
University Diagnostic Institute Winter Park Diagnostic Testing Facility
Florida Radiology Imaging at Oviedo Oviedo Diagnostic Testing Facility
Lake Medical Imaging and Breast Center at the Villages The Villages Diagnostic Testing Facility
Diagnostic Outpatient Center - Eustis Diagnostic Testing Facility
Westcoast Radiology Ocoee Diagnostic Testing Facility
Lake Medical Imaging Leesburg Diagnostic Testing Facility
Center for Diagnostic Imaging Oviedo Diagnostic Testing Facility
Navix Imaging, Inc. (Kissimmee Kissimmee Diagnostic Testing Facility
Health Imaging Services, LLC Kissimmee Diagnostic Testing Facility
Emery Medical Solutions Apoka Diagnostic Testing Facility
Womens Center for Radiology Orlando Diagnostic Testing Facility
Professional Imaging Centers Kissimmee Diagnostic Testing Facility
Advanced Imaging Center at the Villages The Villages Diagnostic Testing Facility
Orlando Regional Medical Center Orlando Acute Care Hospital
Drew Medical, Inc. (West Kaley Orlando Diagnostic Testing Facility
Boston Diagnostic Imaging Altamonte Springs Diagnostic Testing Facility
Leesburg Regional Medical Center Leesburg Acute Care Hospital
Osceola Regional Medical Center Kissimmee Acute Care Hospital
Orlando Diagnostice Center Longwood Diagnostic Testing Facility
The Villages Regional Hospital The Villages Acute Care Hospital
Physicians Imaging-mt Dora Mount Dora Diagnostic Testing Facility
Weston Diagnostics Altamonte Springs Diagnostic Testing Facility
Saint Cloud Regional Medical Center Saint Cloud Acute Care Hospital
Drew Medical, Inc. (Altamonte Altamonte Springs Diagnostic Testing Facility
Central Florida Regional Hospital Sanford Acute Care Hospital
Florida Radiology Centers Winter Park Diagnostic Testing Facility
Center for Diagnostic Imaging Winter Park Diagnostic Testing Facility
Advanced Imaging Center of Clermont Clermont Diagnostic Testing Facility
Sand Lake Imaging, LLLP Orlando Diagnostic Testing Facility
Unitedrads Orlando Diagnostic Testing Facility
Health Central Ocoee Acute Care Hospital
South Lake Hospital Clermont Acute Care Hospital
Medical Center Radiology Group of Drs Curry Harding George and Eliscu Orlando Diagnostic Testing Facility
Mid Florida Imaging (Winter Park) Winter Park Diagnostic Testing Facility
Florida Hospital Waterman Tavares Acute Care Hospital

CT Scan Introduction

CT scans (CAT Scan) use special x-ray equipment to produce multiple pictures of the inside of the body. Software joins the pictures together in cross-sectional views for detailed examination. CT scans can be used to view internal organs, bone, soft tissue and blood vessels. These scans provide greater clarity than conventional x-ray exams. Often a special dye, called contrast, may be ingested to further enhance the scan images and the various structural relationships of the areas of interest. so that specific areas inside the body are highlighted. CT scans are often used to defining the structural relationships of the spin, the spinal cord, and its nerves. CT scans are also used in the chest to identify tumors, cysts, or infections that may be suspected on a chest x-ray. CT scans of the abdomen are extremely helpful in defining body organ anatomy, including visualizing the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, aorta, kidneys, uterus, and ovaries. CT scans in this area are used to verify the presence or absence of tumor, infection, abnormal anatomy, or changes of the body from trauma.

CT Scan Patient Preparation

Most facilities recommend that you limit eating and drinking prior to your CT scan. Try to reduce the amount of caffeine or sugar you consumer the day prior to your CT scan. Do not take liquid pills the morning of your exam. Other medications may be taken with water. Bring a list of all your medications with you for review by the facility. Wear loose and comfortable clothing, although depending upon the test some patients may be asked to change into a hospital gown for the examination. Do not take liquid pills the morning of your exam. Other medications may be taken with water. Bring a list of all your medications with you for review by the facility.

What to expect during and after a CAT Scan

The overall preparation and CT scan testing visit will take approximately 2 hours. Wear comfortable cloths. You may be required to change into a gown. Once you arrive at the CT scan facility you may receive a contrast agent (a liquid that enhances imaging of certain organs or blood vessels). Depending upon the type of CT scan the contrast agent may be administered orally, intravenously, or as an enema. The contrast agent will take about 45 minutes to properly distribute throughout your body. At the time of the procedure you will be asked to remove any clothing, jewelry, or other objects that might interfere with the procedure which include dentures, eyeglasses, metal zippers and buttons. Upon entering the testing room you will be asked to lay down on the scanner bed. It is important that you lay still during the scan. If it is painful to lay flat and still on your back make sure you bring some form of pain medication. Make sure you tell the doctor or technician that you plan to take pain medication prior to having the test performed.

Once the procedure is complete, you will be asked to wait until the technologist determines that the images are of high enough quality for the radiologist to read. Your CT scan will be interpreted by a trained radiologist and results are typically sent to the referring physician within 24-48 hours.

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