Computer tomography or CT scan
Also known as a CAT scan (computer axial tomography) is used to create detailed 3-dimensional images of organs, blood vessels, tissues or bones by means of a series of detailed x-ray images that are compiled by a computer.
MRI or Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Magnetic and radio waves are utilised to gain insight into organs or other components of the human body. Through this manner of looking inside the body, a doctor can diagnose possible problems associated with torn ligaments, tumours, or the brain and spine.