Method:The CT materials of 135 cases of patients with craniocerebral trauna were studied by retrospective survey from 2000 to 2005.Result:The sensitivity of the first CT scan on craniocerebral trauna was 77.7% in 3 hours after injury,The sensitivity of CT scan time by time was 87.4% in 24 hours,93.2% in 48 hours,96.1% in 72 hours.
The dynamic correction of collimation errors of CT slicing pictures
Among these antigens, cancer/testis antigen (CT antigen) is considered to be the most promising target for immunotherapy by vaccination.
Comparison of CT-guided aspiration to key hole craniotomy in the surgical treatment of spontaneous putaminal hemorrhage: a prosp
The distributions of GNB3 C825T genotypes were CC (27.2%), TT (42.9%), and CT (29.9%) in the hypertensive subjects and CC (27.7%), TT (42.4%), CT (29.9%) in the normotensive subjects.
Compared to individuals with EPHX1 rs1051741 CC or rs2234922 AA genotype in the drinkers, the risk of CBP in those carrying genotypes of EPHX1 rs1051741 CT+TT or rs2234922 AG+GG was decreased, respectively (P = 0.04, P >amp;lt; 0.01).
CT examination showed expansive foci in the right liver lobe and histological examinations of the biopsy after PAS staining confirmed the presence of alveolar echinococcosis.
In 14 cases of angiographically (or autopsy) proven thrombosis of the superior sagittal or both lateral sinuses, the "empty triangle" sign on contrast CT examination was the most reliable sign, suggesting the diagnosis in 70%.
CT examination, performed in two cases, showed homogeneous bilateral enlargement of masseter muscle bulk consistent with true hypertrophy.
CT examination showed an avascular right frontal lobe lesion.
However, this was not confirmed in the follow-up CT examination.
One hundred and twenty-six suspected primary aldosteronism patients whose PAC/PRA ratio was >amp;gt; 25 ng/dL/ng/mL/hr had a lamellar computed tomography (CT) scan in the adrenal gland and follow-up visits.
There were 54 patients with unilateral or bilateral hyperplasia and 25 patients with adenoma according to the CT scan.
The following CT scan did not show the presence of pulmonary embolism but a type-A aortic dissection.
Echocardiography as well as a CT scan of the heart revealed a heart tumor to be the cause.
The following CT scan showed a complete remission of the tumor.