International Journal of Medical and Health Research

International Journal of Medical and Health Research


International Journal of Medical and Health Research
International Journal of Medical and Health Research
Vol. 7, Issue 2 (2021)

Triple phase technique multi detector computed tomography in various diseases


Sibi George, Mukesh KR. Sharma, Maajid Mohi UD Din Malik

Title: Triple phase technique multi detector row computed tomography in various diseases. Background: The various diseases that afflict the liver, diseases caused by viruses, such as hepatitis- A, hepatitis -B, and hepatitis- C diseases caused by drugs, poisons, or too much alcohol example include fatty liver disease and cirrhosis, liver cancer. Inherited diseases such as hemochromatosis and Wilson disease. CT Triple phase exam is one of the most common techniques for all patients to find out various diseases. Objectives: This study is aimed to see the triple phase multi detector computed tomography in various diseases. The study will helps the radiographer regarding the patient preparation and protocols are optimized for patient care and well standard. The aim is to see the haemangioma, Metastasis, tumour, carcinoma, hepatic vein & portal vein. Methods: A retrospective cross- sectional study was conducted receiving 76 patient report and request that had CT triple phase scans period of 6 months from October 2019 to March 2020. The information was recorded on a self – designed data capture sheet. Data was analyzed using Microsoft excel 2007 and descriptors statistics. Result: A total of 76 CT triple phase examination was reviewed consisting of males and females. Their age range is form 50-60 years. the table show the age distribution of patients. The most common and affected age groups in males are 81 and in female47 respectively and out of 76 patients examination reviewed department to patients for examination of CT liver. Conclusion: Triple phase techniques MDCT in various diseases illustrates general principle that are given each user, however has specific needs preferences, and categories of patient pathology, and may be constrained by available hardware and software. Each imaging protocol should be right mix up speed, resolution and fix the time, given contrast, but because of specific user specific variables. It is a different to recommend a standard set of protocols and preparation of patients. A solution of that work effectively at our college will be establishment of a regular protocols meeting and discuss composed of radiology staff, including CT technologist and CT physicists modified a new protocol is review, discuss and implemented.
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