Study: Abnormalities found by CT do not prevent kidney donation

01/19/2010 | HealthImaging.com

A study of potential kidney donors found that 25% of the subjects showed at least one abnormality through routine computed tomography scanning, but only 6.7% were prevented from donating. While the imaging results were not considered harmful enough to prevent kidney donation, their clinical importance needs to be determined through further studies, the researchers said.

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