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Cta Abdomen And Pelvis
Cta abdomen w/ runoff: radiologist notes small lymph nodes at celica access; suggests short term followup needed cta abdomen w/runoff yields radiologist noting small lymph nodes at celiac axis; suggests short term follow up if clinically indicated. What w
Exam needed: More information about your symptoms is needed but if you're experiencing severe abdominal pain,and especially with tenderness, you could have an acute abdominal problem like appendicitis,diverticulitis,pelvic inflammatory disease,incarcerated hernia,adhesive bands,etc . Get examined as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You need to see doc: There are many possible causes of sharp pains in the pelvis. Some are not serious but some are. The best approach to pain that or interferes with your normal routine is to see your doctor for proper evaluation. ...Read more
I had an mre of abdomen and pelvis. Report said small amount of free fluid in pelvis. What does this mean? Should i be worried?
I had a CT of the abdomen and pelvis w/contrast 3/16/17 at approximately 230am. I started itiching 2 days later. It's been 6 days still itiching?
HealthTap Prime: It may be coincidence, or the CT scan may be related to itching. Did they use Contrast during the CT scan? Have you ever had contrast before? Were you in the hospital? Were you treated with new medications (for itching or otherwise?) Use HealthTap Prime to go over these questions with a live doctor. Together you can diagnose the problem. We're limited in characters here so we can't figure it out. ...Read more
Have pain in my left testicle cord that hurts in my lower abdomen and pelvis area and radiating into my back and my testicle hurts after a bowl moveme?
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A CAT scan: With contrast provides 3d slices of all of the organs, today every 3mm, and these can be reconstructed to provide coronal (front to back) and saggital (right to left from the side) views. These were developed 40 years ago and incredibly changed medicine. ...Read more
Yes: Every test has limitations. The ct scans may not have found the problem, but they have likely eliminated some possibilities. If you have had 2 ct scans and the symptoms persist, follow up with you doctor to determine if any other tests are needed. ...Read more
I have recently had a CT scan of abdomen and pelvis - no diseases.... Can i feel secure now or is a CT scan not that specific ?
Will a CT of the abdomen and pelvis show imaging of the hips, specifically, if there is something compressing a nerve in the hips?
An Abd/pelvis CT: likely includes at least partial visualization of the hips, and could potentially detect some abnormalities in that region. However, since the exam was not specifically tailored to look at the hips, and moreover CT is not usually the study of choice to evaluate the hips(MRI is), I wouldn't rely on a pelvic CT to rule out hip abnormalities. ...Read more
Variable: The actual reading time for a ct depends on how complicated the findings are, but around 20-30 minutes. However, the imaging center may perform many many scans per day, so it may take a while before your study is read. Turn around time for a routine exam is usually a day or two. Again, this varies from one imaging center to the next. The report is then sent to the doctor that ordered the ct. ...Read more
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