A group of Dutch research scientists led by an Associate Professor of Gynaecology, has found its particularly useful for another kind of scan too - scanning couples having sex. Professor Willibrord Weijmar Schultz and colleagues from University Hospital Groningen in the Netherlands recruited eight couples and three single women over the past ten years and scanned them making love in thirteen different episodes. The experiment was written up in The British Medical Journal and apparently has been the most-read article ever published in that prestigious magazine. Why do this? From the abstract -. The research team found that the imaging showed that during female sexual arousal the uterus raises and the front of vaginal wall lengthens.
Abdominal CT Scan
Abdominal CT Scan with Contrast: Purpose, Risks, and More
Warning Graphic Content: The incredible montage of hundreds of scans also shows a birth, people speaking and a pair of lungs breathing. Have you ever wondered what sex would look like captured on an MRI scan? Neither had we, but you're about to find out anyway. These amazing images were captured for scientific purposes of course, the Irish Mirror reports.
This Is What Sex Looks Like Inside An MRI Scanner (NSFW)
One possible side effect of a cat scan using contrast media is an allergic reaction to the contrast dye, states Johns Hopkins Medicine. If the dye is given orally, constipation or diarrhea may also be side effects of the dye. The contrast dye may also interact with certain medications. When a patient undergoes a CT scan, or computed tomography, a contrast dye may be given to the patient by mouth or by injection, so that the organ being examined can be seen more clearly, explains Johns Hopkins Medicine.
The scan can show cross-sectional images of a specific area of the body. An abdominal CT scan helps your doctor see the organs, blood vessels, and bones in your abdominal cavity. The multiple images provided give your doctor many different views of your body. Keep reading to learn why your doctor may order an abdominal CT scan, how to prepare for your procedure, and any possible risks and complications.