CAT Scan

A CAT scan is a computed tomography or CT, which doctors use to view cross-sectional, three-dimensional images of an area of the body. A [term=’podiatrist’]podiatrist[/term] would use a CAT scan to take images of the foot or ankle. Since CAT scans show more detail than traditional [term=’x-rays’]X-rays[/term], they provide more accurate diagnoses and treatments of injuries, deformities, and diseases.