By Gabriel Conder, John Rendle, Sarah Kidd, Dr Rakesh R. Misra
A-Z of belly Radiology presents a concise, simply obtainable radiological consultant to the imaging of the typical problems of the stomach and pelvis. Organised via A-Z, each one access offers quick access to the foremost medical gains of the situation. part 1 reports the correct radiological anatomy of the stomach and pelvis. this is often via over eighty stomach issues, directory features, medical gains, radiological positive factors and proper medical administration. every one affliction is extremely illustrated to help prognosis. A-Z of stomach Radiology is a useful quickly reference for the busy clinician and aide memoir for examination revision in either medication and radiology.
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Tends to be used where there is diagnostic dilemma such as with an atypical presentation. • Findings include: - a thickened appendix ± an appendicolith. - inflammatory stranding in the adjacent fat. - an inflammatory appendix mass. - a local collection. - local lymphadenopathy. A Appendicitis Appendicitis. Dilated tubular appendix containing an appendicolith (arrow). Appendicitis. Thickened tubular appendix, with inflammatory stranding seen at its tip (arrow). 45 A Ascites A to Z of Abdominal Radiology Clinical characteristics Intra-abdominal free fluid that may be classified as: • Exudate: >30g/dl of protein; causes include peritoneal TB, pancreatitis, Meig’s syndrome and carcinomatosis.
A) (B) Right myelolipoma. Axial (A) and coronal (B) reformatted CECT: a large fatty mass replacing the right adrenal gland (arrows). 37 A Aortic aneurysm A to Z of Abdominal Radiology Clinical characteristics • A focal widening of the abdominal aorta of >3cm, involving all layers of the vessel wall. • Usual caused by atherosclerosis but may be secondary to trauma, infection, vasculitis or connective tissue disorders. • Often asymptomatic. • May present with a pulsitile mass, vessel rupture or an embolic event.
Malignancy: primary/secondary. • Pathology of the uterine tubes can be caused by pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), ectopic pregnancy or rarely carcinoma. • Acute PID will present with pain and fever and possibly a palpable mass in the adnexa. • The chronic form is often asymptomatic and may only be diagnosed during investigation for infertility or pelvic pain. • Non-gynaecological causes of adnexal masses include an appendix mass or diverticular disease. • Imaging features of ovarian neoplasias are rarely definitively diagnostic.