isodense

i·so·dense

(ī'sō-dens),
Denoting a tissue having a radiopacity similar to that of another or adjacent tissue.

i·so·dense

(ī'sō-dens)
Denoting a tissue having a radiopacity (radiodensity) similar to that of another or adjacent tissue.
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CT imaging showed isodense or hyperdense soft-tissue masses, with associated osteolytic destruction.
These soft-tissue masses were also isodense to the surrounding musculature (Figure 1).
After the examination, a round isodense mass measuring 30X38mm diameters in the right adrenal glands with hemogenic enhancement was revealed (figure 3).
4) - PEComa Hypointense at T1-weighted images and hyperintense and hypodense and isodense at the T2-weighted images 6/15 (40) 10/32 (31.
Compared to the muscle, it may be slightly hypodense or isodense.
It appears as a low and isodense lesion on the pre-enhanced CT, but it could appear as a high-density mass in the post-enhanced CT because of its lipomatous component.
The density of mass lesions shows that 30% lesions were hypodense, 19% were isodense, 16% were hyperdense, and 35% were mixed type of lesions.
Triple phase contrast enhanced CT scan abdominal angiography was also performed which revealed cirrhotic liver with a focal rounded arterial phase enhancing lesion measuring 8mm in segment 4A of liver getting isodense to liver parenchyma in venous phase.
Non-contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) of the larynx showed a large, isodense lesion lateral to the right aryepiglottic fold extending to the right vocal fold, cricoid, thyroid cartilage, and subglottis (figure, A).
On imaging, CSDH was analyzed as hypodense, isodense, hyperdense, or mixed, on the basis of the density of haematoma relative to brain tissue.
Non-contrast CT scan showed a large isodense lesion with peri- lesional oedema and eccentric enhancing nodular component in the right fronto-parietal region (Figure 1).