tomodensitometry

tomodensitometry

(tō″mō-dĕn-sĭ-tŏm′ĭ-trē)
A rarely used synonym for CT scanning.
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Cranial tomodensitometry showed multiple gadolinium-enhancing nodules surrounded by edema (Figure, panel B).
Considering that the last irradiation dated twelve years ago and no lesion was observed on the last chest tomodensitometry (seven years ago), a link between the irradiation and the osteochondroma is less likely.
Diagnosis of acute colonic diverticulitis: comparison with echography and tomodensitometry. J Beige Radiol 1994;77:262-7.
Computed tomodensitometry could have been used to assess the extension of the mass and delineate resection margins and was used successfully in cases of branchial cyst and thymoma.
Computed whole body tomodensitometry ruled out a tumor lesion.
Competing explanations for these folds are tested using scaled centrifuge analogue models employing new materials and computed tomodensitometry (CT scanning) (Fig.
Chest radiographs and thoracic tomodensitometry images showed acute left lobar pneumonia in each patient.
Tomodensitometry or ultrasonography showed acute pancreatitis in 10 case-patients, of whom 6 had chronic alcoholism and 3 had severe disease.