To report CT colonography (CTC) studies, radiologists must have a working knowledge of normal colorectal anatomy and be comfortable evaluating the colon in “soft copy” format in the axial plane as well as in multiplanar and endoluminal reconstructions. This chapter focuses on normal colorectal anatomy and normal variants as seen on CTC.
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