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Figure 4 (A,B): Screenshot (A) from a CT colonographic examination shows a polyp in the colon. Top two axial images show the location of the polyp within a marker box, whereas the bottom two are virtual 3D images in the supine and prone positions which detail polyp size and distance from the rectum. Mucosal views (B) show a virtual dissection view of the colon with a small polyp (arrow) in the left image. On the right, translucency rendering shows this lesion to be homogenously dense (red), implying this is retained fecal matter

Figure 4 (A,B): Screenshot (A) from a CT colonographic examination shows a polyp in the colon. Top two axial images show the location of the polyp within a marker box, whereas the bottom two are virtual 3D images in the supine and prone positions which detail polyp size and distance from the rectum. Mucosal views (B) show a virtual dissection view of the colon with a small polyp (arrow) in the left image. On the right, translucency rendering shows this lesion to be homogenously dense (red), implying this is retained fecal matter