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Ct Scan Of Sinuses See Top Teeth
Sinus CT: CT scans are directed to the specific anatomy that your doctor is interested in. A sinus CT is focused and optimized to examine your nasal and sinus cavities. Although surrounding structures are viewed at times, including other parts of your head, the radiologist will adjust the window settings for the specific tissue of interest. Also some tissues image better with contrast. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Sinuses are air filled spaces in the head that have several proposed functions: 1. They serve as shock absorbers in cases of head trauma 2. Lighten the skull 3. Humidify and filter the air while also producing mucus 4. Play a role in vocal resonance. The head contains 4 paired sinus cavities: maxillaries (cheek) under the eyes, ethmoids (between the eyes), frontals (above ...Read more
Mini sinus Ct scan 3/17 tooth mini Ct scan 1 side 6/17 & again one week later is it too much radiation if I now have a regular Ct scan of face/neck?
Shouldn't be an issue: Overall this shouldn't be an issue exposure wise and these scans are to aid in diagnosis and unfortunately nothing can provide the same info that doesn't have some exposure to it. ...Read more
I have a lump on my left cheek. Just below top of jaw. Dr is doing a sinus ct scan w/o contrast. Will this show if it's a lymphnode in my cheek?
No lymph node in you: Need more history. Now your testing will help to identify. Wit to see what your doctor says ...Read more
Had CT scan done of my sinuses today and she showed me my sinues and top of head and said no lesions. Would this show cerebellum?
Probably not: Most dedicated sinus CT scans focus specifically on the sinuses, which are located around the nose in the front of the head. The cerebellum is in the back of the head. Also, the images on a sinus CT are produced in such a way as to optimize appearance of the bony structures, which makes it hard to see the parts of the brain that happen to show up in the images. ...Read more
Ent question: if CT scan is needed of my sinuses, when will I get results? Will I have to wait until the results and see her again for diagnosis?
Depends on dr: Most doctors will want to review your results with you in person, some will do on the telephone. The results of the testing is yours, so you can ask for copy of the report from the imaging center. What to do about the results is best left to discussing with the physician that ordered the testing. ...Read more
When I get my CT scan results on cd of head and sinuses to take with me to my ENT appt, can I look at results from cd to see if there's tumor?
CD is yours: The cd and information contained within it is your property. You can try loading the cd onto your computer but unless your a trained radiologist you won't be able to interpret the pictures. Sometimes there is a report contained within the cd. It is much easier to speak with your physician regarding the results. ...Read more
Saw my ENT after CT scan. She showed me my sinuses and then she showed me a round solid grey circle. Was that top of head? She said it looked fine to.
No: There are basically three densities in the CAT scan of the paranasal sinuses. Black is air, dense white is bone and grey is soft tissue. A round grey circle could have been the orbit (eye). It was not the top of the head which would have been dense white. After viewing the CAT scan with your ENT doctor, you should have walked away with a lot more information. ...Read more
On a ct scan can your doctor see if the infecton i. Your sinuses went past the bony structure to your brain?
Sinus infect 2 brain: Might, might not. Need more details. Lets talk. ...Read more
In some cases: CT Scans show differences in bone density. If an infection destroyed some bone, the area would look darker. Some changes are obvious and apparent while others require the experience and training as well as a judgment call of the doctor reading the scan. It will generally not show infections in soft tissue. ...Read more
Deviated septum: CT scans take cuts through part of the septum so it is possible that a septal deviation could be missed. Have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. ...Read more
What does mild thickening of the mucosal lining in sinuses mean? Dr said it was common finding on sinus CT scans.
Common finding.: Minimal (millimeter or two) thickening of mucosal lining of paranasal sinus. Usually related to allergies and not sinus infection. More worrisome findings are fluid representing infection and large cysts or mucoceles. ...Read more
What to do if I was just wondering. I'd had a sinus CT scan done a few months back and was just wondering how much of a person's brain is included in these scans?
About 1/4 brain: Study is collimated to mostly include sinuses and facial bones, there anterior part of brain ...Read more
Not usually: If your ENT needs it they will order it. ...Read more
Yes,: A sinus CT should cover the sphenoid bone. ...Read more
Normal expected air, which appears black on ct, surrounded by mucosal thickening, which appears grey on ct. Bone is white or a lighter grey.
Without the images, it is impossible to guarantee the assumptions above, but mucosal thickening is very common. ...Read more
Quite a Lot: MRI is more helpful for soft tissue problems of blood vessels, inflammation, demyelination of brain tissue, and fluid collections. It seems you are undergoing a lot of tests, but without a clear diagnosis you can not be certain of the correct treatment. Ask your physician to explain the different treatments these tests will suggest. Tests are not useful, solely, because you have symptoms. ...Read more
Can a person have a clear sinus CT scan but still have sinus infection. I have had sinus infection symptoms for 7 months and clear sinus CT scan.
Not too likely: Sometimes things are missed. Problems with the osteomeatal complex are sometimes overlooked on ct. Best to have an ENT have a look. ...Read more
Sinus dx nl ct: It is hard to have sinus disease with a normal cat scan. You may have gotten a reading of benign findings. Basically this means it is negative for any masses or lesions. When you have a negative cr scan and nasal issues it is time to look elsewhere for abnormalities. I would check your allergies see an ENT or allergist and get worked up for this. Good luck and feel better! ...Read more
It means: That there are no significant abnormalities, the scan is essentially normal. ...Read more
Within a matter of 4 years I had 2 brain CT scans and 1 sinus CT scan, I am worried about developing cancer. Should I be alarmed with having 3 in 4 yr?
See below: Radiation exposure to head can lead to cancer and it is dose related. Children who have received high dose radiation therapy for head and neck cancer can develop an unrelated form of cancer later on in life. The dosage from ct scan is much lower and the risk is very small. There is no need to be alarmed, do try to avoid more ct scans unless it is absolutely necessary. Mri scan has no radiation. ...Read more
What to do if I had a sinus CT scan. I have received the report. Can anyone help me understand the findings?
CT: You can speak with your doctor about the results. If you have a specific question, you can post it on HealthTap. Or, you can send a message to a HealthTap doc for more detail. ...Read more
I have intense head pressure and on/off brief ringing in my right ear. My sinus CT scan was clear. What could be the cause?
How long?: Not enough information If it continues seek medical help from a neurologist ...Read more
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Ct uses xrays taken an 360 degrees combined with a computer to see"inside" the body. The table moves as the xray tube and detectors spin around the patient 10 times a second or more! The image shows excellent soft tissue detail, enhanced with injection of intravenous contrast or oral contrast. This way the body is shown in slices, in any plane, usually axially, but ...Read more
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