North Canton, Ohio
A 40-year-old female asked:
I have undiagnosed mod blood and 1+ protein in my urine. i'm supposed to get a neck ct w contrast tomorrow. normal cmp. should i get the ct?
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Dr. Justin Buchanananswered
Radiology 14 years experience
Should be fine: Having normal renal function (normal cmp) makes you eligible to have a ct scan with contrast. The blood and protein in your urine do not prevent you from getting the scan, but these things need to be further evaluated by your primary care doctor.
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