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effect of contrast on imaging. However, it is widely accepted that contrast-enhanced CT can provide further information regarding the character of specific lesions in addition to the presence of metastatic disease. 38 , 39 While contrast-enhanced CT has

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/mL) administered IV to effect; for MRI, horses were orotracheally intubated and anesthesia was maintained with isoflurane f in 100% oxygen. Non–contrast-enhanced CT examinations were performed with a 16-slice helical CT scanner. g Horses were positioned in

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histopathologic findings were consistent with hepatocellular carcinoma, with moderate cellular differentiation and irregular vascular dilation and angiogenesis. Figure 1— Ultrasonographic (A) and contrast-enhanced CT (B) images of the abdomen of a cat with a

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gold standard for diagnosis of pancreatitis and determination of acute versus chronic disease is histologic examination, which is not routinely performed because of associated clinical problems. 1,2 Contrast-enhanced CT is considered the gold standard

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medullary hyperattenuation following contrast administration. 4 Glomerular filtration rate can be calculated by means of contrast-enhanced CT. 5 In humans, renal size can be measured more accurately by evaluation of helical CT multiplanar reformatted

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abnormalities were identified on physical examination. Under general anesthesia, the cat was placed in sternal recumbency with its forelimbs extended for nonselective contrast-enhanced CT angiography of both forelimbs. Iodinated contrast medium d (880 mg of I

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with abdominal contrast-enhanced CT (CECT) alone in 1 of 6 dogs. Other abnormalities detected at the time of abdominal ultrasonography or abdominal CECT included mild biliary sludge and mild hepatomegaly (n = 1), splenic mass (1), and cystoliths (1

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Contrast-enhanced CT has been used with increasing frequency in veterinary medicine to evaluate various organs and disease processes. The pharmacokinetics of the contrast medium determines the optimal time period for image generation because image

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use contrast-enhanced CT, microvascular injection with Spalteholtz tissue-clearing technique as previously described, 26 and standard histologic evaluation to describe the blood supply of the SL of the hind limb of horses. It was hypothesized that

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had multiple contrast-enhanced CT scans performed during that time period (2 CT scans, 7 birds; 3 CT scans, 2 birds; and 4 CT scans, 1 bird). The remaining 110 birds had a single contrast-enhanced CT during the study period. In 3 birds, contrast medium

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