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CT colonoscopy in inflammatory bowel disease

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CT Marketing Philips Healthcare

Carrascosa P, Castiglioni R, Capuñay C, López E, and Carrascosa J.

* Originally published in Volume 32 of Abdominal Imaging.

 

Virtual colonoscopy is used worldwide for the detection of colon polyps, but this technique has not been used much for the evaluation of inflammatory bowel diseases. The advent of multidetector-computed tomography and the use of high quality 3D and virtual images opened up the opportunity to assess these patients with this non-invasive technique. Early and late colonic changes are illustrated.

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