A 47-year-old female asked:
What does upper abdominal viscera are normal mean after a ct colonoscopy what organs do they mean and what are the most visible iv+oral contrast taken?
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General Surgery 45 years experience
I think upper: abdominal viscera would mean liver, spleen, stomach distal esophagus, maybe pancreas. You should ask the doctor who interpreted CT study. He should have been able to image these organs reasonably well if you took oral and IV contrast for this study.
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Last updated May 30, 2014
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