What Is a Hypoattenuating Lesion?


Hypoattenuating lesions are abnormal tissues that are commonly found in the abdomen using computed tomography (CT). These hypoattenuating lesions are often described as 'too small to characterise since attenuation measurements are unreliable because of partial volume averaging.
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Hypoattenuation is a term used to describe areas that show up as whiter and brighter than normal on an x-ray or CT Scan. Hypoattenuating lesions are commonly referred to in regards
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