A CT is a sophisticated radiological scan which produces higher quality images compared to standard X-rays. Computed Axial Tomography (CAT or CT) scanning uses a large number of X-Ray images taken in rapid succession around a single axial rotation point. This allows 2 dimensional X-Ray images to be converted into 3 dimensional constructions of the internal organs. The CT “slices” can be manipulated using computer softwares to view specific structures more clearly.