The increasing availability, speed, and reliability of computed tomography has resulted in its widespread use in urological imaging. Understanding the basic physics and technology behind this imaging modality, along with familiarity of scan techniques and use of contrast, allows performance of the optimal scan for diagnostic purposes.
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