Lower doses of radiation during CT scans for extremities still provide good image quality.
Cranial CT scans performed on children in non-pediatric hospitals expose them to more radiation.
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.
Case History: 49-year-old patient with large buccal mass, history of leakage through mass.
Computed tomography angiography helps physicians determine if patients with penetrating vascular trauma require surgery.
Case History: 65-year-old with lower left chest wall swelling since childhood.
The combination of CT angiography and CT perfusion versus the combination of invasive coronary angiography plus single photo emission CT in predicting two-year MACE.