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CT scan of the peripheral nerves

CT scan of the peripheral nerves

CT scan of the peripheral nerves: A CT scan of the peripheral nerves is a radiographic imaging technique that takes multiple, cross-sectional x-rays to create a detailed view of the peripheral nerves, which lie beyond the central nervous system.

Symptoms Associated with CT scan of the peripheral nerves

These symptoms may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with CT scan of the peripheral nerves:

  • Weakness in feet and hands, extending up legs and arms
  • Numbness in feet and hands, extending up legs and arms
  • Tingling in feet and hands, extending up legs and arms
  • Problems walking

Diseases Associated with CT scan of the peripheral nerves

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with CT scan of the peripheral nerves:

Basic Information: CT scan of the peripheral nerves

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