Computed tomographic (CT) enterography is a diagnostic procedure that uses a CT scanner and contrast material to view the inside of the small intestine. CT enterography has become an important alternative to traditional fluoroscopy in the assessment of small bowel disorders such as Chron's disease, inflammatory bowel disease, celiac sprue and small bowel neoplasms.
Radiologists use CT enterography to:
CT enterography is a quick, painless, noninvasive procedure. CT enterography is able to provide detailed images of tissue, bones and blood vessels so the doctor can determine what is causing your condition.
As soon as the procedure is complete, you can resume your regular activities. Our radiologists will review your test results and will send them to your doctor to discuss the results and any next steps with you.
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