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I want to concern regarding CT,HRCT ,CECT My mother has gone through HRCT two times while Corona in APRIL. After that since July she is under TB treatment. Recently 29 sep. she gone through ( CECT chest ) in that doctor found something in liver and further told to go through TRIPLE PHASE CECT ABDOMEN. Now i need guidance CECT is done by injecting some med. Need testing of UREA creatinine before injecting And she is diabetic. And also the rays are harmful. As earlier 3-4 times gone through these radiations . Tb medications are also going on. Is it OK to go through TRIPLE PHASE CECT ABDOMEN . All blood tests of liver are OK. Uric acid is increase for which med. She is taking.
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Can go for it with normal RFT. Follow treating physician
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Ya she can go through the test if her creatinine is normal.
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It is advisable to follow your treating doctor advice
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