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CT scan of the small intestine

CT scan of the small intestine

CT scan of the small intestine: A CT scan of the small intestine is a radiographic imaging technique that takes multiple, cross-sectional x-rays to create a detailed view of the small intestine; a contrast agent, or dye may be injected intravenously to trace blood vessels leading into and within the small intestine.

CT scan of the small intestine: Other Names

Other names for CT scan of the small intestine include:

  • Small intestine CT scan
  • CT scan of the small bowel

Symptoms Associated with CT scan of the small intestine

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Diseases Associated with CT scan of the small intestine

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Basic Information: CT scan of the small intestine

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