Can perlane fillers be seen on a CT scan?

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Perlane fillers can be seen on CT scan as soft tissue at the location where it’s injected, especially if it’s injected as a bolus.

Fret not, the radiologist and radiographer would have seen many such cases, so do not expect them to be surprised at the findings.

In fact, you can let the doctor know this, so that the radiologist doesn’t mistake it as other structures in his interpretation of the scan.

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