Will a ct scan without contrast show pancreatitis or pancreatic cancer? or damage to the liver?
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Internal Medicine 62 years experience
Yes: In some cases a noncontrast ct scan can show pancreatic cancer,changes that could suggest pancreatic inflammation and liver diseases. However a negative scan does not rule out these diseases.
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