CT Enterography is specifically used for the imaging of the small and large bowel. It allows the evaluation for the presence and extent of tuberculosis, Crohn’s disease and inflammatory bowel disease. The administration of a specialized oral contrast is needed prior to the exam in addition to the IV iodinated contrast injected during the test.
What preparation is required?
What should I expect during the scan?
Is there anything else I should know?
You are requested to bring a copy of the medical history of the patient, including recent lab work reports and any previous imaging scans that may have been prescribed by your doctor.