Computed tomography as a problem solving tool in non-radiopaque central venous port systems

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#IVTEAM #Intravenous literature: “The potential usefulness of computed tomography as a problem-solving tool in three complex cases with non-radiopaque central venous port systems is presented.” Gossner (2014).

Reference:

Gossner, J. (2014) Computed tomography as a problem solving tool in non-radiopaque central venous port systems – A report of three cases. Interventional Medicine & Applied Science. 6(1), p.43-5.

Abstract:

Central venous port systems are now routinely used in oncology. The non-functioning port system is a common issue in radiology departments. Fluoroscopy is a first-line imaging modality. The potential usefulness of computed tomography as a problem-solving tool in three complex cases with non-radiopaque central venous port systems is presented.

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