- CT abdomen and pelvis with oral and IV contrast: Abdominal pain, appendicitis. Acute trauma can be performed with just IV contrast.
- Renal colic/stone protocol (noncontrast): looking for renal stones
- Triphasic CT abdomen: Non-contrast abdomen, Arterial phase abdomen, venous phase abdomen and pelvis: Looking for liver/renal/adrenal masses
- CT angiogram: Aorta or Kidney
- CT Urogram: Hematauria workup. Concern stone vs. neoplasm, replaces IVP. Non-contrast CT abdomen. Contrast is injected to fill the collecting systems/bladder. Then contrast injected to evaluate the kidneys and whole abdomen and pelvis scanned.
- MRI Liver, Kidney, or Adrenal: Always performed with contrast. Evaluate masses or cysts.
- MR Cholangiogram: Non-contrast MR of the biliary system. Looks for stones, stenosis, or obstruction.
- MRI Pelvis for soft tissue mass: Pelvic or uterine masses. Performed with contrast.