colography

colography

(ko-log'ra-fe) [ colon + -graphy]
Radiographic imaging of the large intestine.
Synonym: virtual colonoscopy
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Ted Scherck of The Colography Group on forecasted industry trends and analysis -- Neil Lenok of The World Academy on strategic hiring practices for your sales force -- Orly Weezy, Brand Identity Consultant on brand strategy and development -- Jim Conway, Executive Director of XLA on Overview of Federal Issues -- Interactive TSA Session, Exclusively for IACs
Computed tomographical (CT) colography (virtual colonoscopy) offers greater sensitivity in comparison, (13) but has a false positive rate of 6 percent to 17 percent, necessitating further examination by colonoscopy.
According to a Colography Group March 2000 study, there are 4.