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Using low-tube voltage CTC provides adequate image quality at lower radiation doses.

Radiologists need to prepare for screening asymptomatic patients.

False-positive results from CT colonography screening are considered an acceptable part of cancer detection for both patients and health care providers.

Experienced and inexperienced radiologists had similar eye tracking, so errors may be occurring during other phases of the study.

Using an algorithm with CT colonography allows radiologists to recognize previously identified polyps.

CT colonography can detect precursors to cancer, saving lives and money, yet it is not yet fully endorsed or reimbursed. Judy Yee, MD, explains.

CT colonographies that do not require bowel cleansing are almost as effective as traditional colonoscopies and may increase patient compliance for screening.


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