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A Pattern Approach



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Gastrointestinal Radiology: A Pattern Approach by Ronald L Eisenberg
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This unique text - described by Chicago Medicine as "a gem" -- provides a direct, stepwise approach to GI diagnosis. Each chapter displays a specific radiographic pattern, lists all possible disease entities associated with it, and helps you refine, confirm, or reject the differential diagnosis. FEATURES: "Pattern approach" features detailed chapters, each focusing on a specific abnormal radiologic appearance and the possible pathologic entities associated with it. Heavily illustrated with over 2,400 clear images obtained using the latest technology - a great aid to visual diagnosis. Coverage includes esophageal ulceration, elevation of the diaphragm, thickening of gastric fluids, filling defects of the small bowel, abdominal calcifications, anechoic liver masses, and more. NEW TO THE FOURTH EDITION: Hundreds of new images New section on MRI of the live

Table of Contents

1. Abnormalities of Esophageal Motility2. Extrinsic Impressions on the Cervical Esophagus3. Extrinsic Impressions on the Thoracic Esophagus4. Esophageal Ulceration5. Esophageal Narrowing6. Esophageal Filling Defects7. Esophageal Diverticula8. Esophageal Varices9. Esophagorespiratory Fistulas10. Double-Barrel Esophagus11. Diffuse Finely Nodular Lesions of the Esophagus12. Elevation of the Diaphragm13. Diaphragmatic Hernias14. Gastric Ulcers15. Superficial Gastric Erosions16. Narrowing of the Stomach (Linitas Plastica Pattern)17. Thickening of Gastric Folds18. Filling Defects in the Stomach19. Filling Defects in the Gastric Remnant20. Gastric Outlet Obstruction21. Gastric Dilation Without Outlet Obstruction22. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Masses of the Fundus23. Widening of the Retrogastric Space24. Gas in the Wall of the Stomach25. Simultaneous Involvement of the gastric Antrum & Duodenal Bulb26. Duodenum: Postbulbar Ulceration of the Duodenum27. Thickening of Duodenal Folds28. Widening of the Duodenal Sweep29. Extrinsic Pressure on the Duodenum30. Duodenal Filling Defects31. Duodenal Narrowing and Obstruction32. Duodenal Dilation (Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome)33. Small Bowel Obstruction34. Adynamic Ileus35. Dilation with Normal Folds36. Dilation with Thickened Mucosal Folds37. Regular Thickening of Small Bowel Folds38. Generalized, Irregular, Distorted Small Bowel Folds39. Solitary Filling Defects in the Jejunum and Ileum40. Multiple Filling Defects in the Small Bowel41. Sand-like Lucencies42. Thickened Small Bowel Folds with Concomitant involvement of the Stomach43. Separation of Small Bowel Loops44. Small Bowel Diverticula and Pseudodiverticula45. Ileocecal Valve and Cecum: Abnormalities of the Ileocecal Valve46. Filling Defects in the Cecum47. Coned Cecum48. Ulcerative Lesions of the Colon49. Narrowing of the Colon50. Single Filling Defects in the Colon51. Multiple Filling Defects in the Colon52. Large Bowel Obstruction: Causes of Large Bowel Obstruction53. Toxic Megacolon54. Thumbprinting of the Colon55. Double Tracking in the Sigmoid Colon56. Enlargement of the Retrorectal Space57. Filling Defects in an Opacified Gallbladder58. Filling Defects in the Bile Ducts59. Bile Duct Narrowing and Obstruction60. Cystic Dilation of the Bile Ducts61. Enlargement of the Papilla of Vater62. Gas in the Biliary System63. Gas in the Portal Veins64. Bull's Eye Lesions in the Gastrointestinal Tract65. Nondiaphragmatic Hernias66. Gas in the Bowel Wall (Pneumatosis Intestinalis)67. Pneumoperitoneum68. Extraluminal Gas in the Upper Quadrandts69. Fistulas Involving the Small or Large Bowel70. Abdominal Calcifications71. Thickened Gallbladder Wall72. Local Anechoic Masses of the Liver73. Complex or Solid Masses in the Liver74. Shadowing Lesions in the Liver75. Generalized Abnormal Echogenicity of the Liver76. Focal Decreased Attenuation Liver Masses on CT77. Hyperenhancing Focal Liver Lesions on Contrast-Enhanced Computed Tomography78. Generalized Abnormal Ech
Release date NZ
November 1st, 2002
Country of Publication
United States
4th Revised edition
2656 illustrations
Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
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