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CT guided

adjective Referring to a diagnostic biopsy taken from a focal abnormality identified by computed tomography (CT).
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Percutaneous CT-guided catheter drainage of infected necrotizing pancreatitis: techniques and results.
There are clinical signs (pain and/or fever), elevated inflammatory markers (leucocytes, C-reactive protein (CRP), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)), radiologic abnormalities (magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT)) and/or positive culture (blood and/or CT-guided fine needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB) and/or surgical specimen) and/or histopathologic examination.
The CT-guided approach may have an advantage thanks to the improved soft tissue contrast and ability to target the cyst directly, on the other hand, this may involve greater radiation exposure.[10,11] Chazen et al.[12] reported successful pain relief with CT-guided PCR on five patients who failed prior fluoroscopic rupture.
In this report, the authors performed TAE between one and five days prior to CT-guided PCA with a mixture of ethanol and ethiodized oil in order to improve tumor localization.
Cone beam CT-guided chemoembolization of probable hepatocellular carcinomas smaller than 1 cm in patients at high risk of hepatocellular carcinoma.
The acquisition immediately enhances AngioDynamics' Oncology business, adding a commercialized, clinically proven product that minimizes the occurrence of pneumothorax, or PTX, the most common complication of CT-guided percutaneous lung biopsy.
On March 18, the plaintiff's decedent underwent a CT-guided liver biopsy performed by the defendant radiologist.
CT-guided FNAC/ biopsy gave conclusive diagnosis in 5 malignant pathology and 1 inflammatory pathology (lung abscess).
Radiation dose reduction in CT-guided sacroiliac joint injections to levels of pulsed fluoroscopy: a comparative study with technical considerations.
The diagnosis in one of the two (6.2%) patients who could not be diagnosed using thoracic ultrasound-guided TTFNAB and TTTCB was established using CT-guided TTFNAB.