What is hypodense?

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Hypodense, just means less dense. So the tissue being described has a lower mass per unit of volume. An example would be fat or muscle is hypodense when compared to bone.
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A "hypodensity" on a CT image means some portion of anatomy is appears less dense than the
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It only means "less dense than its surroundings". Ask for that new CT and if possible an MRI scan of the sama area soonest. If your lesion is confirmed an MRI guided needle
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Hypodense = less bright on CT. Simply talking about how the image looks. On CT (Computed Tomography, a type of X-ray machine) we talk about things being hyperdense (brighter than
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