Prof. Dr. H. Anacker

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The technique for radiological diagnosis of internal fistulas includes the passage of a barium meal and well-planned X-ray exposures suitable for projection, while that for diagnosis of external fistulas requires sensitive manual palpation and the instillation of a contrast medium with the object of visualization of the total fistula system-occasionally(More)
The radiographic diagnosis of pancreatitis involves detection of the pathologic anatomical changes with the aid of several examination methods. The gastrointestinal series reveats displacement and inflammation. Arterial or percutaneous splenoportography reveals thromboses as a pancreatitic complication which may determine the disease if sufficiently(More)
Morphologic changes seen in angiographs and ductographs (endoscopic retrograde pancreaticographs) in the presence of carcinoma of the pancreas are described. The average diagnostic accuracy of angiography is currently 75 to 95 percent, while that of endoscopic retrograde pancreaticography is 90 to 95 percent. The combination of both methods increases the(More)
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