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What can they find out from a CT scan of your brain?

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Dr. Garry Choy
Radiology
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In brief: Much information

Stroke, hemorrhage, fractures, sinusitis, and some tumors.

In brief: Much information

Stroke, hemorrhage, fractures, sinusitis, and some tumors.
Dr. Garry Choy
Dr. Garry Choy
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In brief: Many

Like stroke, bleeding, tumor, hydrocephalus, atrophy, some birth defect etc.

In brief: Many

Like stroke, bleeding, tumor, hydrocephalus, atrophy, some birth defect etc.
Dr. Nalinaksha Joshi
Dr. Nalinaksha Joshi
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In brief: Obvious lesions

Cat is fast and helpful in er setting to rule out large intracranial masses or blood clots, and fractures of skull or sinus issues.
Not so good for seeing early strokes, small lesions, such as ms, and subtle early secondary tumors.

In brief: Obvious lesions

Cat is fast and helpful in er setting to rule out large intracranial masses or blood clots, and fractures of skull or sinus issues.
Not so good for seeing early strokes, small lesions, such as ms, and subtle early secondary tumors.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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