Case History: 60-year-old patient with vomiting and abdominal pain.
Case History: 45-year-old patient presented with complaints of vomiting for a few days.
Computed tomographic imaging of the colon demonstrates findings predictive for recurrent diverticulitis.
Abdominal CT studies can help clinicians accurately evaluate the lumbar spine.
Case History: 40-year-old female presented with history of epigastric fullness associated with epigastric and left flank pain and burning micturition.
When faced with the possibility of missed findings, would patients generally agree to consuming oral contrasts?
A 32-year old male presents with abdominal discomfort.
Enhanced MR imaging versus CT in assessment of disappearing colorectal metastases.
Case History: Patients generally present with nonspecific epigastric pain and bloating.
The first choice for imaging adult patients with suspected appendicitis varies according to patient demographics and resource availability.