At Penn State Hershey Medical Center in Hershey.

At our institution We talked with oral contrast CT of the abdomen and pelvis for the diagnosis of acute appendicitis over a year ago , as also recognized by our emergency room physicians and has. In improved workflow and reduced waiting times both both patients and physicians, said Tappouni.. The study, at Penn State Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, performed included 192 CT examinations were performed with oral contrast , and 72 without. The results showed that the accuracy of CT without oral contrast in diagnosing appendicitis and CT was 93 % with oral contrast 97 per cent, said Rafel Tappouni, lead author of the study. There is no significant difference in the accuracy of CT with versus without oral contrast in diagnosing acute appendicitis, he said.

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