Gastrointestinal Tract Imaging

Imaging turns out to be increasingly critical for every single clinical claim to fame, including gastroenterology. This issue is concentrating on some extremely intriguing and new utilizations of imaging techniques in liver, biliary tract, and stomach related tube pathology. Atomic imaging is a novel field in gastroenterology that utilizations fluorescently named tests to explicitly feature neoplastic sores on the premise of their sub-atomic mark. The advancement of sub-atomic imaging has been driven by the need to enhance endoscopic finding and by advance in focused treatments in gastrointestinal oncology to give individualized treatment, which concurs with advance in endoscopy methods and further scaling down of location gadgets.

  • MR Spectroscopy
  • Biliary Imaging
  • Three Phase CT Scan
  • X-Ray
  • Cholangiopancreatography

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