It is important to look at plain scans and if necessary measure HU values to check for presence - absence of enhancment once in a while

Case 50: Back to First Principles - Checking for Enhancement

It is important to look at plain scans and if necessary measure HU values to check for presence - absence of enhancment once in a while

Bhavin Jankharia

This 43-years old came for a CT guided subcarinal lesion biopsy. When I looked at the scan, I didn't think a biopsy was needed. The video explains the reason, the follow-up and a discussion on why looking at plain scans and measuring HU values is important in some instances like these.

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