Abdomen and Pelvis CT with contrast


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5 mm thick axial images were obtained through the abdomen and pelvis before and after (or only after) the administration of ____ ml of intravenous ____________ . 1.25 mm thick axial images as well as coronal and sagittal reformatted images were also submitted for interpretation.

The visualized portions of the lungs are normal in appearance.

The visualized portion of the heart is normal in size without pericardial effusion. The abdominal aorta demonstrates no evidence of focal aneurysmal dilitation or dissection.

The liver is normal in size without focal hepatic lesions. No intrahepatic ductal dilatation is seen. The hepatic and portal veins are patent. The gallbladder, common bile duct, pancreas, spleen, adrenals and kidneys are normal in appearance. No hydronephrosis, peri-nephric stranding or radio-opaque calculi are visualized.

The urinary bladder, prostate/uterus and adnexa are within normal limits.

The colon is normal in appearance and without wall thickening or inflammatory change.

No intraperitoneal free air or fluid is visualized. No pathologic lymphadenopathy is seen.

There are no osseous or soft tissue abnormalities.

Normal CT of the abdomen and pelvis