computed tomography

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computed tomography

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The lymph nodes were slightly enhanced on enhanced computed tomography scan (arrow).
After admission to a tertiary hospital a computed tomography scan of the head showed a skull base fracture, subdural haematoma, traumatic subarachnoid haemorrhage and generalised cerebral oedema.
The use of abdominal computed tomography scan decreases the frequency of misdiagnosis in cases of suspected appendicitis.
The diagnosis of tsunami lung requires a chest radiograph and computed tomography scan of the brain to confirm abscesses.
Preoperative evaluation of patients undergoing Mersilene mesh sling removal may require a computed tomography scan, intravenous pyelogram, cystoscopy, and white blood cell count with sedimentation rate determination, they said.
A computed tomography scan of the chest is a series of x rays that provide a view of the lungs that looks almost as if a slice had been made through the chest.
1 The detection rate in the lung is not hindered by limiting the computed tomography scan range
A 21-year-old man presented after being struck by a car and underwent a computed tomography scan of the chest and spine.
The team's focus is on providing world-class design, manufacturing and logistics services to Medical OEMs in five sectors that include: drug delivery (insulin pumps, human grown hormone delivery devices); consumer health (blood glucose meters, laser skin treatment and laser hair removal devices); disposable products (single-use sterile devices, heart catheters, guide catheters, wound care products); imaging and monitoring (magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography scan equipment); and life sciences (laboratory equipment).
A contrast enhanced computed tomography scan on the base of the skull/neck-T4 level showed a cystic lesion in the base of tongue measuring 12.
A computed tomography scan showed a fracture of the left temporal bone and an epidural hematoma in the left temporoparietal area.
A 15-second multidetector-row computed tomography scan could help physicians determine which patients with chest pain can be discharged from the hospital because their symptoms are unlikely to be heart related.

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