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Pancreatic lesions

Case Study
Philips CT Clinical Science Philips Healthcare • USA

Clinical history

This patient experienced sudden weight loss and stabbing back pain and was referred to Aarhus Universitetshospital for follow-up scans on the IQon Spectral CT.

Image scan parameters

  • 22.6 mGy CTDIvol
  • 640.4 DLP
  • 9.6 mSv effective dose

* AAPM Technical Report 96

Clinical significance

Using the IQon Spectral Magic Glass application, the clinician was able to compare MonoE, Iodine no Water, Iodine Density and Z Effective views to identify the pancreatic lesions.

The IQon Spectral CT delivers valuable clinical insights such as tissue characterization and visualization for confident disease management. And because spectral information is always on, additional data is available whenever a deeper analysis is needed.

* The IQon Spectral CT is not yet CE Marked. Not available for sale in all regions.

** Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.

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Jul 29, 2016

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Case Study
IntelliSpace Portal, IQon Spectral CT
abdomen, back pain, Body, Effective Z, follow up, iodine density, lesion, Magic Glass, MonoE, pancreas, spectral CT

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