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|Title:||The use of dilute Calogen as a fat density oral contrast medium in upper abdominal computed tomography, compared with the use of water and positive oral contrast media.|
|Citation:||CLIN RADIOL, 2001, 56 (8), pp. 670-673|
|Abstract:||Oral contrast media are commonly given prior to computed tomography (CT) examination of the upper abdomen. Although positive oral contrast media are normally used, there is increasing interest in using negative agents such as water and less commonly fat density products. The aim of this study was to compare a positive oral contrast medium, water, and a diluted emulsion of arachis oil Calogen, a fat density food supplement) for assessment of the upper abdomen.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine|
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