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Ct scan for renal artery

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Is it safe to take a ct scan of renal artery with pace maker? ...

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For Radiologist or Cardiologist Only The patient has a permanent pacemaker and is moderate candidate for an MRI . We will proceed with CT angiogram of the renal arteries with contrast The above ...

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I recently had a CT scan due to right flank pain and recurrent uti. I wondered if the portion under ... . - NONCONTRAST ENHANCED STUDY: Within the right renal pelvis , there is a 1.2 x - 1.0 cm partially obstructing ...

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.. Vessels: Atherosclerotic changes in the aorta and coronary arteries. Bones: Mild degenerative changes ... of the bilateral adrenal glands which demonstrate Hounsfield units of a lipid rich adenomas. Left renal cortical ...

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along the right hip, presumably. there is more in the full body ct scan but I do not understand much ... patholically enlarged.Central pulmonary arteries are grossly patent central large airways are patent liver ...

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Please explain the follwing (had CT scan of chest):There are para mediastinal radiation changes ... spaces. Enlargement of the main pulmonary artery measuring 39 mm, which can be seen in the setting ...

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One acquaintance kidney stone problem since last 1 month CT Scan of KUB diagnosis as follows: 1. right renal cyst 2. right renal non obstructing calculus 3. left mild hydroureteronephrosis with vuj ...

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ang anterior renal fascia of right side with loss of fat plane with anterior renal cortex in mid polar ...

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what does all this mean it is the findings of a CT scan Results reviewed. Tests show no cause ... demonstrate symmetric and bilateral nephrograms. There are no enhancing renal mass lesions. slight distention ...

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i had a ct scan done and my report says there is a 4mm non-obstructing left upper pole renal calculus.there are two sub centimeter accessory spleens in the left upper quadrant . please explain me ...

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Sir, Kindly advise regarding below mentioned CT Scan report of 18 years son- Spltting of p.c. system seen on right with hyper dense area mid calys (1.2MM) & right lower ureter (4.1MM) Right renal ...

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and right pelvocalycal system and renal parencymal atrophic changes.there is a calcified lithiasis within ...

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Hi Sir, My daughter is of 2yrs and recently had some stomuch pain so i have consulted a doctor and they suggested CT scan. Reports says: Small sized right kidney (1.4 * 0.4 cms) - Unilateral severe right renal ...

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changes. 3. Occlusion of the M1 segment of teh right middle cerebral artery with collateral vessels ...

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Hi my name is Margie. I have a C.T and it said that there is however moderate atherosclerotic disease note predominantly involving the coronary arteries but also the aorta. What do this mean I have ...

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Please clarify your question madam. Take care and wish you good health.

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Hi, Thanks for writing in. This relates to timing of CT scan images after injecting contrast into the patient. Mono phasic is arterial, biphasic is arterial and venous, triphasic is arterial, portal and venous phases.

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