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Reimbursements will be reduced if CT equipment is not compliant with new standards.
Lower Radiation and Contrast Dose with New Aortic CT Protocol
A CT protocol with lower radiation and contrast dose for aortic assessment provides acceptable diagnostic imaging.
Right Abdominal Pain
Case History: 62-year-old female with right upper abdominal pain.
Nonradiologists Still Do More Double Chest Scans
Pre- and postcontrast chest CTs are done more often by nonradiologists than radiologists.
Discomfort, Swelling in Groin
Case History: 30-year-old male with discomfort in left groin region due to mass/swelling for one year.
Low-Tube-Voltage CTC Reduces Dose
Using low-tube voltage CTC provides adequate image quality at lower radiation doses.
Abdominal Pain, Flatus
Case History: 60-year-old male with complaints of inability to pass stool and flatus with pain in abdomen.
Patients Uninformed About Imaging
Patients who undergo imaging tests could use more information about the examination.
Case History: 2-year-old female with complains of difficulty breathing, paroxysmal coughing, and wheezing for one day.
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