Diagnostic Imaging

CT Scanning

Capturing detailed pictures of the body

A computed tomography scan, also called a CT scan, is a medical imaging technology that uses a scanner to take X-rays of the body. A computer then separates the scanned images, which are called slices. The slices can be stacked by the computer to create a three-dimensional image of the body area that was scanned. CT scans are used to study the soft tissues, organs or bones in your body.

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Locations

St. Luke's Diagnostic Imaging

  • St. Luke's Hospital
    915 East First Street
    Duluth, MN 55805 Map
  • Phone 218.249.5317
    Fax 218.249.5112
 

Laurentian Medical Clinic

  • 8373 Unity Drive
    Mountain Iron, MN 55768 Map
  • Phone 218.748.7480
    Toll Free 888.824.9477

    Fax 218.748.7488
 

Lake View Hospital

  • 325 11th Avenue
    Two Harbors, MN 55616 Map
  • Phone 218.834.7300
    Fax 218.834.7304

218.249.5555 | 800.321.3790

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