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CT scans- and subq seroma

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by zumalong zumalong (Member)

zumalong has 22 years experience and specializes in surgical, neuro, education.

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Does anyone know if a CT scan can detect a large seroma that is located between subq layer and hernia mesh?? Previously seroma has been located with U/S- I am just curious if CT would show up since it is not internally located.

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dianah has 43 years experience as a ADN and specializes in Cath Lab/Radiology.

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I would think so, Dutch, as it's still sub-q somewhere. And, if it is indeed "large," that would help it be spotted as well.

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