CT ANKLE with and without CONTRAST
A CT scan of the ankle joint with and without contrast is a diagnostic imaging test that creates detailed images of the bones and soft tissues of the ankle joint. This type of CT scan involves taking images with and then without dye to help highlight blood vessels and other structures in the ankle joint.
The test can help diagnose various conditions affecting the ankle joint, such as fractures, dislocations, arthritis, tumors, and ligament or tendon injuries. The images produced by the CT scan can show the location, size, and extent of any abnormalities or damage to the ankle joint, as well as the flow of blood through the blood vessels.