Dynamic computed tomography | definition of dynamic computed tomography by Medical dictionary
dynamic computed tomography
dy·nam·ic com·put·ed to·mog·ra·phy
computed tomography with rapid injection of contrast medium, usually with sequential scans at only one or a few levels; used to enhance the vascular compartment.
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Dynamic computed tomography
scans showed fusiform aneurysmal enlargement in the proximal segment of the intrahepatic right portal vein (Figure 2a, 2b).
Leiomyosarcoma of the renal vein: arterial encasement on contrast dynamic computed tomography
. IntJ Urol 2006; 13:611-12.
HCC was diagnosed by dynamic computed tomography
(CT) imaging and alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) or PIVKA II, or by histology.