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Abdominal CT scan

Alternate Names : CT of the abdomen


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CT scan
CT scan

CT stands for computerized tomography. In this procedure, a thin X-ray beam is rotated around the area of the body to be visualized. Using very complicated mathematical processes called algorithms, the computer is able to generate a 3-D image of a section through the body. CT scans are very detailed and provide excellent information for the physician.

Digestive system
Digestive system

The esophagus, stomach, large and small intestine, aided by the liver, gallbladder and pancreas convert the nutritive components of food into energy and break down the non-nutritive components into waste to be excreted.

Liver cirrhosis, CT scan
Liver cirrhosis, CT scan

A CT scan of the upper abdomen showing cirrhosis of the liver.

Liver metastases, CT scan
Liver metastases, CT scan

A CT scan of the upper abdomen showing multiple metastasis (cancer that has spread) in the liver of a patient with carcinoma of the large bowel. Note the dark areas in the liver (left side and center of picture).

Lymph node metastases, CT scan
Lymph node metastases, CT scan

A CT scan of the middle abdomen showing a large tumor mass due to metastasis (spreading cancer) in abdominal lymph nodes.

Lymphoma, malignant - CT scan
Lymphoma, malignant - CT scan

This abdominal CT scan shows tumor masses (malignant lymphomas) in the area behind the peritoneal cavity (retroperitoneal space).

Neuroblastoma in the liver - CT scan
Neuroblastoma in the liver - CT scan

This CT scan of the upper abdomen shows a large tumor (neuroblastoma) on the person's right side (lower left side of picture). The tumor is behind the liver and is pushing the liver forward and may have possibly spread into the liver tissue.

Pancreatic, cystic adenoma - CT scan
Pancreatic, cystic adenoma - CT scan

A CT scan of the upper abdomen showing a large cyst in the pancreas (cystic adenoma of the pancreas) seen on the upper right side of the picture.

Pancreatic cancer, CT scan
Pancreatic cancer, CT scan

A CT scan of the upper abdomen showing a tumor (pancreas carcinoma) in the head of the pancreas, seen here in the middle of the picture.

Pancreatic pseudocyst, CT scan
Pancreatic pseudocyst, CT scan

A CT scan of the upper abdomen showing a pseudocyst in the corpus, or tail, of the pancreas.

Peritoneal and ovarian cancer, CT scan
Peritoneal and ovarian cancer, CT scan

A CT scan series of the lower abdomen showing ovarian cancer that has metastasized (spread) to the peritoneum.

Spleen metastasis - CT scan
Spleen metastasis - CT scan

This CT scan of the upper abdomen shows multiple tumors in the liver and spleen that have spread (metastasized) from an original intestinal cancer (carcinoma).

Normal external abdomen
Normal external abdomen

The abdomen is the area of the body between the chest and pelvis. Some of the large internal organs comprised in this area are the liver, stomach, kidneys, and intestines.





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