Exploiting more information from ground truth (GT) images now is a new research direction for further improving CNN's performance in CT image segmentation. Previous methods focus on devising the loss function for fulfilling such a purpose. However, it is rather difficult to devise a general and optimization-friendly loss function. We here present a novel and practical method that exploits GT images beyond the loss function. Our insight is that feature maps of two CNNs trained respectively on GT and CT images should be similar on some metric space, because they both are used to describe the same objects for the same purpose. We hence exploit GT images by enforcing such two CNNs' feature maps to be consistent. We assess the proposed method on two data sets, and compare its performance to several competitive methods. Extensive experimental results show that the proposed method is effective, outperforming all the compared methods.