Okay, adhesions are fibrous bands (scar tissue) holding "parts" together or uniting two surfaces together as in wound healing caused by inflammation or trauma (surgery, etc.).
Yet my understanding is that abdominal adhesions cannot be detected by any imaging procedures. Does anyone know why that is? Most any other solid "substance" or "tissue" can be detected by one imaging procedure or another.
If I am mistaken which imaging procedure is most likely to reveal abdominal adhesions?