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1.does contrast ct scan adb and pelvic to evaluate painless hematuria is required to be done at one sitting means doing plain and contrast ct at one sitting.
Or it can be done and safe as far as radioactive rays that this can be done in two different sittings-means after 3 hours of first plain ct done.
Does such ct are safe and does or does not have more.excess radioactive rays.
3.ct mentions that fallbladder collapsed, is this a serious, please help in explaining.
4.does findings-- na mildly bulky uterus fibroid is noticed in ct scan-- i am 52 male.
5.on our enquiry radiologists have changed their reports does this is safe, we are in canada
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