CT

CT cystogram

Axial C+ delayed
Modality: CT (C+ delayed)

- “ A fall from a significant height is an indication for a "trauma protocol" whole-body CT. This case illustrates plain film and CT signs of pelvic r...”

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  • CT cystography - “ CT cystography is a variation of the traditional fluoroscopic cystogram. Instead of anterograde opacification of the urinary collecting system (as...”
  • Molar tooth sign (abdomen) - “ Abdominal molar tooth sign refers to the appearance of contrast media spilled out of the urinary bladder on CT cystography after extraperitoneal b...”
  • Urinary bladder rupture - “ Urinary bladder rupture is usually seen in the context of significant trauma. Pathology Etiology Bladder rupture can be categorized into five t...”

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