Images & Videos: Abdominal and Pelvic CT

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A CT scan showing the placement of a stent in the abdomen. The stent keeps the aneurysm from breaking.

A 3D reconstructed CT view of the kidneys and ureters, which connect the kidneys to the bladder. Part of the ribs, spine and pelvis are included in this image.

Appendicitis: The appendix (A) is distended and inflamed. In this patient the appendix has not yet ruptured. For more information see Appendicitis.

3D modelling of CT (computed tomography) images of the abdomen in a cancer patient.
Axial CT of Abdomen and Pelvis Normal study.
CT slice through the mid-abdomen showing multiple normal-appearing organs, which are labeled.

CT scan of a normal appendix in the right lower abdomen. The appendix normally connects with the right colon and contains air (this appears black on the scan). Air in the appendix excludes appendicitis since this means that the appendix is not obstructed or inflamed. For more information see Appendicitis.

Normal CT of the abdomen. A CT 'slice' through the upper abdomen of a child illustrates the normal appearance of both kidneys, the liver and gallbladder.

Reformatted image of the mid-abdomen creating a 'slab' showing the liver and intestines. The abdominal aorta and branches going to the liver, spleen and stomach are visible. This view is looking up toward the head of the patient.

 

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