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CT Colonography

CT colonography, like conventional colonography, is a tool to screen for polyps or cancers in the large intestine. Polyps are growths that arise from the inner lining of the intestine. Some polyps may grow and turn into cancers.

A CT colonography is performed when conventional colonography (for a colonoscopy) does not provide accurate results. The goal of colonography screening is to find growths in their early stages, so that they can be removed before cancer has had a chance to develop.

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For more information or to schedule an appointment with a radiologist, call Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital at 314.996.8080.

We are conveniently located just one mile west of I-270 on Olive Blvd., at Olive and Mason in Creve Coeur, Missouri - a west county suburb of St. Louis, Missouri.  Get directions to our Imaging Locations.

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