CLINICAL CASES


THIS MONTH’S HIGHLIGHTS

MDCT: The gold standard for imaging bowel occlusion

Occlusion of the bowel can have a variety of etiologies, and hence can present with different clinical features. These clinical manifestations and related complications are readily identified with MDCT, which is becoming the preferred imaging approach for these conditions. Suggestions for topics to be covered in future issues of this newsletter are welcome as usual. Please send your ideas to us at editorial@mdct.net.

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NEW CLINICAL CASES
ABDOMEN AND PELVIS
Acute abdominal pain, nausea and obstipation
Woman, 89 years old
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BRAIN, HEAD AND NECK
Abdominal pain and tender left inguinal swelling
Woman, 40 years old
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Dual-Energy CT in Cardiovascular Imaging
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