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Low Dose
Lung Cancer Screening

Computed Tomography


A low-dose CT scan is quick, non-invasive, and works just like a regular CT scan. There is a significantly lower radiation dose, which decreases the risk associated with annual or more frequent examinations. Utilizing regular lung cancer screening can effectively detect lung cancer in its earliest stages and most importantly, lower your risk of dying from lung cancer.

Corridor Radiology CT Machine

Are You Eligible for
Low Dose Lung Cancer

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Who Should Utilize
Low Dose Lung Cancer Screening?

The United States Preventive Services Task Force recommends annual Low Dose Lung Cancer Screening for:

  • adults aged 50 to 77 years

  • who have a 20 pack-year smoking history

  • currently smoke or have quit within the past 15 years

  • have an order from a provider

  • are asymptomatic (no current signs of lung cancer)

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms you may require a

different CT scan and should consult your healthcare provider:

  • Coughing that gets worse or doesn't go away

  • Chest pain

  • Shortness of breath

  • Wheezing

  • Coughing up blood

  • Feeling very tired all the time

  • Weight loss with no known cause

The self-pay cost of a Low Dose Lung Screening CT:

Corridor Radiology: $250.00

Muscatine Radiology: $200.00

For the self-pay cost of our other services please visit the Billing and Price Transparency Page

If you would like to check with your insurance company regarding coverage for this exam,

please mention CPT Code 1900


Our Technologists

Dedication. Expertise. Compassion.

We are committed to providing technological innovation along with professional expertise and our Computed Tomography (CT) services are no exception.

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