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T HE development of routine doublecontrast techniques for examining the upper gastrointestinal (GI) tract has dramatically improved our ability to diagnose a variety of inflammatory and neoplasticExpand
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Non-Hodgkin lymphoma of the small intestine.
The authors present a simplified radiographic classification of non-Hodgkin lymphoma involving the small intestine. The classification system is based on radiographic findings in 22 pathologicallyExpand
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Coiled-spring sign of appendiceal intussusception.
Appendiceal intussusception has been considered a rare entity that is difficult to diagnose radiographically. However, a characteristic coiled-spring appearance in the cecum with nonfilling of theExpand
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Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma of the gastrointestinal tract: radiographic findings.
[20,21].Inonestudy, tumor regressedafterantibiotics alone infiveofsixpatientswith gastric MALT lymphomas and con-comitant H.pylon gastritis [20].OnetheoryisthatH.pylon might beevoking animmu-nologicExpand
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Scirrhous carcinoma of the stomach: radiologic and endoscopic diagnosis.
During a recent 10-year period, scirrhous tumors of the stomach were diagnosed at upper gastrointestinal examinations in 27 patients in whom pathologic correlation was available. Nineteen patientsExpand
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Diagnosis of pneumoperitoneum on supine abdominal radiographs.
A blinded, retrospective study was performed to determine the value of supine abdominal radiographs in diagnosing pneumoperitoneum. Supine films from 44 cases of pneumoperitoneum were randomlyExpand
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Adult celiac disease and its complications.
Classic radiographic findings described in adult celiac disease--lumen dilatation, flocculation of barium, hypersecretion, thickening of folds--are nonspecific or are secretion related artifacts. TheExpand
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Clinical Imaging of the Small Intestine
Introduction to the Small Intestine 1. Anatomy of the Small Bowel and its Mesentery 2. Physiology and Pathophysiology 3. The Role of the Small Bowel in Immunity Section II: Imaging Techniques 4.Expand
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Diagnosis of gastric carcinoma: sensitivity of double-contrast barium studies.
OBJECTIVE This study was undertaken to determine if the double-contrast upper gastrointestinal examination is a sensitive technique for diagnosing gastric carcinoma. MATERIALS AND METHODS WeExpand
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Diagnosis of colorectal neoplasms at double-contrast barium enema examination.
The double-contrast barium enema examination has been recognized as an option for colorectal cancer screening in Americans with average risk who are greater than 50 years of age. The purpose of thisExpand
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