colonography

colonography

 [ko″lon-og´rah-fe]

colonography

(kō-lon-og'a-fē),
Imaging study of the colon, most often using CT or MRI.
See also: barium enema.
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On CT colonography, colon cancer appears as a narrowing of the lumen, asymmetric thickening of the bowel wall or abrupt shifts in lumen size, called the "colon step off" sign.
A It is actually called a virtual colonography, and it is an exciting new technology.
Virtual colonoscopy (CT colonography) is a relatively new screening option to detect colorectal cancer (Virtual Colonoscopy, 2005).
Virtual colonography. This is a relatively new technique that uses a CT scan to create a three-dimensional image to evaluate the bowel.
For that test, technically known as computed tomographic (CT) colonography, doctors use X rays and computer programs to visualize the colon's interior shape.
Sumner continued, "This series of trials will concentrate on showing how CAD can benefit radiologists in interpreting time consuming and difficult to read studies such as CT colonography and identifying lesions in the lung, such as nodules.
Results of a large-scale, multicenter study conducted by the National Institutes of Health demonstrate that computed tomography (CT) colonography with computer-aided detection is highly effective for finding colon polyps.
colonography, or "virtual colonoscopy," uses a C.T.
Middle-aged men find out if they have dodgy tickers over a cocktail and their wives have a virtual colonography before touring Pearl Harbour.
The virtual CT colonography procedure, nicknamed "virtual colonoscopy," may provide a viable alternative to identify pre-cancerous growths, detect colon cancer, and determine its stage in patients who are ineligible or simply refuse traditional colonoscopy, indicates Martina M.
Washington, DC, October 01, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) applauds Senators James Inhofe (R-OK) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) for introducing the "CT Colonography Screening for Colorectal Cancer Act," (S.3465) which would provide Medicare coverage for a colon cancer screening test performed via computed tomography (CT).
A CT scan of the large bowel, called a colonography, can be done every five years, Belfer said.<br />All screening recommendations and timeframes are for people at average risk, Belfer said, noting those with a family history should start earlier and have the tests done more frequently.<br />Prostate issues are common among men, and prostate cancer is one of the leading cancers men suffer from, so doctors often recommend the prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, test.