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The clinical and radiographic findings of the colonic lymphoid follicular pattern in 37 adults aged 20-79 years were evaluated. An incidence of 13% was found on review of 100 consecutive double-contrast barium enemas. Usually, the presence of multiple 1-3 mm diam, uniform-size nodules is sufficiently characteristic to make a presumptive diagnosis on these(More)
The effect of cholestyramine administration on the enterohepatic circulation of bile acids was studied in eight normal volunteers. In six subjects the metabolism of sodium taurocholate-(14)C was determined after its intravenous injection before and during the 6th wk of cholestyramine administration, 16 g/day. In two subjects, the metabolism of cholic(More)
Malignant melanoma is the most common malignancy to metastasize to the gastrointestinal tract. In a retrospective computer-assisted data search of over 2500 patients with melanoma registered over the past 10 years, 110 patients have been identified to have premortem gastrointestinal metastatic disease (metastatic disease identified at least 6 months before(More)
Double contrast barium enema examinations in 24 patients with Crohn's disease of the colon and 29 patients with ulcerative colitis were reviewed without knowledge of the clinical diagnosis. The radiologic diagnosis of Crohn's disease agreed with the clinical diagnosis in 98% of patients. In this condition the most common radiologic findings were(More)