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Dr. David Schulsinger explains that perinephric fat stranding is a hazy appearance in a linear pattern in the soft tissues in the perinephric space on a computed tomography image. The perinephric space, explains Aizenste... More »

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The computerized tomography scanner produces a three-dimensional cross-sectional image of the pelvis, blood vessels, lungs, brain, abdomen, bones and soft tissues, according to Medical News Today. Several two-dimensional... More »

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A positron emission tomography scan is conducted by administering a radioactive tracer chemical to the patient and using a full-body scanner to detect how the substance interacts with tissues, organs and blood, states Me... More »

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A virtual colonoscopy, or a CT colonoscopy, is performed using computer tomography scanning to get an image of the interior of the colon, according to RadiologyInfo.org. This procedure is less invasive than an endoscopy ... More »

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The U.S. National Library of Medicine describes that a positron emission tomography, or PET scan, shows how organs and tissues are working, while a magnetic resonance image, an MRI, and a computed tomography, a CT scan, ... More »

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Positron emission tomography or PET scans contribute to the diagnostic process for conditions such as cancer, heart disease, seizures, memory loss and nervous system disorders, according to RadiologyInfo. PET scans are v... More »

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A computed tomography angiography is a test used to examine arterial and venous vessels in all parts of the body. The test uses X-rays and computerized analysis to give a visual image of the regions being examined. Docto... More »

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