Lung Cancer CT

Screenings are offered to current or former smokers to reduce lung cancer death rates. Schedule an annual physical today to see if you qualify.
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Detect lung cancer with a CT screening

At Aylo Health, we believe early detection is the best protection when it comes to all types of cancer — especially lung cancer.

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. That’s why we offer lung cancer CT screenings for qualifying patients, which checks for lung cancer before symptoms arise.

A lung cancer CT (low-dose lung CT scan) is a unique type of x-ray that takes several detailed pictures of your lungs. For those current or former smokers, we encourage you to ask your doctor if you qualify for a low-dose lung CT scan.
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Lung Cancer CTs reduce mortality rate by 20%

Our lung cancer CT screening also looks for other issues that could cause severe health problems in the future, providing the opportunity to mitigate the effects before it’s too late. Schedule your next annual physical to see if you are a candidate for a low-dose lung CT scan. To see if you may be a possible candidate, check out our FAQs below.

Why choose Aylo for your Lung Cancer CT?

High-Tech Equipment

Our lung cancer screening CT scans reveal images of the body with 100 times more clarity than traditional x-ray machines to give patients the most precise diagnoses. Not only will our high-tech machine deliver a more accurate form of an x-ray than a standard x-ray machine, but it also provides the most accurate diagnosis – allowing us to catch lung cancer in its early stages.

State-of-the-Art Imaging

Each Low-dose CT Scan, the most accurate approach to finding lung cancer early on, is completed in the comfort of our state-of-the-art Imaging Center, so you can rest easy knowing that you will receive the best care and fast results – which are typically ready within 24-48 hours.

Lung Cancer Graphic - Aylo Health
An estimated 238,340 new cases of lung cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in 2023, and roughly 127,070 people will die from the disease.

- American Cancer Society

See if you qualify for a Lung Cancer CT

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is typically a candidate for lung cancer screening CTs?

• A current or former smoker (within the past 15 years)
• Ages 55 – 77
• A person with a smoking history of at least one pack per day for 30 years

When detected early, the survival rate for lung cancer dramatically increases. In fact, some studies show that regular, low-dose CT scans of high-risk individuals could reduce the lung cancer mortality rate by as much as 20 percent compared to chest X-rays.

Each scan is completed in the comfort of our state-of-the-art Imaging Center. Schedule an annual physical today to see if you qualify for a low-dose CT Scan.

How long does a Lung CT take?

During the scan, patients will lie down on the table that will slide in and out of the CT machine. This quick and painless test will take roughly 5 to 10 minutes to perform before patients are on their way, so we can get you in and out quickly. From scheduling to getting your results, we work hard to make the experience as pleasant as possible.

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