Extravasation of contrast medium into the gastrointestinal tract following lymphangiography: Report of two cases

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Two cases with roentgenologic findings of extravasation of contrast medium into the stomach and colon following lymphangiography are presented. One is clinically diagnosed as primary intestinal lymphangiectasia; the other as retroperitoneal spread from uterine cancer. The significance of lymphangiography in gastrointestinal or retroperitoneal disorders is… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01890257

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@article{Mihara1981ExtravasationOC, title={Extravasation of contrast medium into the gastrointestinal tract following lymphangiography: Report of two cases}, author={Keikichi Mihara and Kenji Koga and Hirohide Tsurudome and Taisuke Nakano and Hiroaki Hoshi and Hiroki Yamada and Kozaburo Kawahira and Masataka Inakura and Yasuaki Haraguchi and Katsushi Watanabe}, journal={Gastrointestinal Radiology}, year={1981}, volume={6}, pages={239-242} }