A Hounsfield unit is a measure of radiodensity, usually used in CT scans. Air would be around -1000 HU, while fat is closer to -100. If you're evaluating a tumor, and it has a low HU then it's more likely to be fatty and probably benign.
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|08/14/2019, 11:12 AM||Re: Units|