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  1. ... abdominal/pelvic MRI to assess for renal lesions; abdominal/pelvic CT with contrast is an alternative when MRI is not an ...
  2. ... after the definitive diagnostic study has been performed. CT scan with contrast or MRI of abdomen.[ 133 ] - CT scan of the abdomen will confirm the renal ...
  3. ... the evaluations listed above in addition to: Baseline abdominal imagining by CT or MRI (with contrast) to evaluate for liver adenomas or nodules (see ...
  4. ... Garcia M, Taylor G, Cimpello LB, et al. CT scan with IV contrast alone: The role of Intra-abdominal Fat (IAF) on the ability to visualize the ... Wolfe JM, et al. Prospective comparison of helical CT of the abdomen and ... with oral contrast in assessing acute abdominal pain in adult Emergency ...
  5. ... count (CBC), may show anemia Creatinine Creatinine clearance CT scan of the abdomen with contrast MRI Intravenous pyelogram MR angiography (MRA) Urinalysis Alkaline ...
  6. ... Evaluation for metastatic disease in individuals with MTC CT with contrast for chest and abdomen MRI of liver in the presence of nodal ...
  7. ... imaging tests (e.g., US; multidetector or helical CT with or without contrast administered orally, rectally, or intravenously, MRI with or without contrast; abdominal X-ray); nuclear imaging studies; and diagnostic laparoscopy. ...
  8. ... swelling of the abdomen. Possible tests include: Abdominal CT scan Abdominal x-ray Blood tests to check nutritional status Upper GI series with small bowel follow through contrast x-ray Breath test to determine if there ...
  9. ... deiodinase, high-output or congestive heart failure, and abdominal compartment syndrome.[ 65 , 66 , 128 , 129 ] Figure 8. Diffuse liver lesions with classical imaging on CT. Note the peripheral enhancement in early contrast phase. Credit: Denise Adams, M.D. Treatment options ...
  10. ... short periods of time. In many cases, an abdominal CT is done with a pelvis CT . The scan should take less than 30 minutes.
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