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Esophagus

Masses and Filling Defects

  1. Case 1.31 Normal oropharynx,

Benign tumors

  1. Case 1.32 Squamous cell carcinoma of base of tongue,

  2. Case 1.33 Leiomyoma,

  3. Case 1.34 Adenoma,

  4. Case 1.35 Inflammatory esophagogastric polyp,

  5. Case 1.36 Fibrovascular polyp,

Stomach

Nonneoplastic filling defects

  1. Case 2.38 Bezoar,

  2. Case 2.39 Ectopic pancreatic rest,

  3. Case 2.40 Fundal pseudotumor: fundoplication,

  4. Case 2.41 Gastric varices, 112–113

  5. Case 2.42 Gastric varices, 112–113

  6. Case 2.43 Gastric varices, 112–113

Duodenum

Inflammatory and Ulcerative Diseases

  1. Case 3.1 Duodenitis,

  2. Case 3.2 Pyloric channel ulcer,

  3. Case 3.3 Duodenal ulcer,

  4. Case 3.4 Duodenal ulcer,

  5. Case 3.5 Giant duodenal ulcer,

  6. Case 3.6 Perforated duodenal bulb ulcer,

  7. Case 3.7 Duodenal bulb scarring,

  8. Case 3.8 Duodenal bulb scarring,

  9. Case 3.9 Fistulous channel,

  10. Case 3.10 Postbulbar duodenal ulcer,

  11. Case 3.11 Postbulbar ulcer (Zollinger-Ellison syndrome),

  12. Case 3.12 Pancreatitis,

  13. Case 3.13 Pancreatitis,

  14. Case 3.14 Acute pancreatitis with abscess,

  15. Case 3.15 Crohn disease,

  16. Case 3.16 Crohn disease,

  17. Case 3.17 Crohn disease,

  18. Case 3.18 Adult celiac disease,

Nonneoplastic filling defects

  1. Case 3.37 Heterotopic gastric mucosa,

  2. Case 3.38 Brunner gland hyperplasia,

  3. Case 3.39 Enteric duplication cyst,

  4. Case 3.40 Flexural pseudopolyp,

  5. Case 3.41 Annular pancreas,

  6. Case 3.42 Annular pancreas,

Small Bowel

Nonneoplastic filling defects

  1. Case 4.36 Duplication cyst,

  2. Case 4.37 Gallstone ileus,

  3. Case 4.38 Gallstone ileus,

  4. Case 4.39 Ascariasis,

Diffuse and Segmental DiseasesType I (thin, straight folds)

  1. Case 4.40 Mechanical small bowel obstruction,

  2. Case 4.41 Scleroderma,

  3. Case 4.42 Scleroderma,

  4. Case 4.43 Celiac disease (sprue),

Type II (thick, straight folds)

  1. Case 4.44 Ischemic bowel,

  2. Case 4.45 Radiation enteritis,

  3. Case 4.46 Intramural hemorrhage,

  4. Case 4.47 Hypoproteinemia,

  5. Case 4.48 Hypoproteinemia,

Type III (thick, nodular folds)

  1. Case 4.49 Crohn disease,

  2. Case 4.50 Giardiasis,

  3. Case 4.51 Whipple disease,

  4. Case 4.52 Whipple disease,

  5. Case 4.53 Eosinophilic gastroenteritis,

  6. Case 4.54 Intestinal lymphangiectasia,

  7. Case 4.55 Intestinal lymphangiectasia,

  8. Case 4.56 Nodular lymphoid hyperplasia,

  9. Case 4.57 Lymphoma,

  10. Case 4.58 Lymphoma,

  11. Case 4.59 Metastatic melanoma,

  12. Case 4.60 Systemic amyloidosis,

  13. Case 4.61 Systemic amyloidosis,

Colon

Inflammatory and Ulcerative Diseases

  1. Case 5.1 Ulcerative colitis,

  2. Case 5.2 Ulcerative colitis,

  3. Case 5.3 Ulcerative colitis,

  4. Case 5.4 Toxic megacolon,

  5. Case 5.5 Ulcerative colitis (acute changes),

  6. Case 5.6 Ulcerative colitis (acute changes),

  7. Case 5.7 Ulcerative colitis (with backwash ileitis),

  8. Case 5.8 Ulcerative colitis (healing),

  9. Case 5.9 Mucosal dysplasia,

  10. Case 5.10 Colitic cancer,

  11. Case 5.11 Colitic cancer,

  12. Case 5.12 Ulcerative colitis (chronic),

  13. Case 5.13 Ulcerative colitis (acute),

  14. Case 5.14 Active ulcerative colitis,

  15. Case 5.15 Chronic ulcerative colitis,

  16. Case 5.16 Inflammatory bowel disease (acute Crohn colitis),

  17. Case 5.17 Crohn disease (early),

  18. Case 5.18 Crohn colitis (aphthous and confluent ulceration),

  19. Case 5.19 Crohn colitis (with perianal abscess), 340–341

  20. Case 5.20 Crohn colitis, 342–343

  21. Case 5.21 Diverticulitis,

  22. Case 5.22 Diverticulitis,

  23. Case 5.23 Diverticulitis, 346–347

  24. Case 5.24 Diverticulitis, 346–347

  25. Case 5.25 Diverticulitis,

  26. Case 5.26 Diverticulitis,

  27. Case 5.27 Diverticulitis, 348

  28. Case 5.28 Diverticulitis,

  29. Case 5.29 Diverticulitis (with intramural tracking),

  30. Case 5.30 Diverticulitis,

  31. Case 5.31 Diverticulitis (with phlegmon),

  32. Case 5.32 Giant sigmoid diverticulum,

  33. Case 5.33 Giant sigmoid diverticulum,

  34. Case 5.34 Appendicitis,

  35. Case 5.35 Appendicitis (retrocecal),

  36. Case 5.36 Appendicitis,

  37. Case 5.37 Appendicitis,

  38. Case 5.38 Appendicitis,

  39. Case 5.39 Appendicitis,

  40. Case 5.40 Appendicitis (acute),

  41. Case 5.41 Appendicitis (acute),

  42. Case 5.42 Appendiceal abscess,

  43. Case 5.43 Appendiceal abscess,

  44. Case 5.44 Appendicolith,

  45. Case 5.45 Ischemic colitis,

  46. Case 5.46 Ischemic colitis,

  47. Case 5.47 Ischemic colitis,

  48. Case 5.48 Ischemic colitis (superior mesenteric vein thrombosis),

  49. Case 5.49 Radiation colitis,

  50. Case 5.50 Radiation colitis,

  51. Case 5.51 Pseudomembranous colitis,

  52. Case 5.52 Pseudomembranous colitis,

  53. Case 5.53 Neutropenic colitis,

  54. Case 5.54 Amebiasis,

  55. Case 5.55 Pancreatic abscess,

  56. Case 5.56 Pancreatic abscess (with pancreatico-colonic fistula),

  57. Case 5.57 Scleroderma,

  58. Case 5.58 Mastocytosis,

  59. Case 5.59 Epiploic appendagitis,

Masses and Filling DefectsBenign tumors

  1. Case 5.60 Polyp, pedunculated,

  2. Case 5.61 Polyp, pedunculated,

  3. Case 5.62 Polyp, pedunculated,

  4. Case 5.63 Polyp,

  5. Case 5.64 Polyp,

  6. Case 5.65 Polyp (large adenomatous),

  7. Case 5.66 Villous adenoma,

  8. Case 5.67 Villous adenoma,

  9. Case 5.68 Flat polyp (adenoma),

  10. Case 5.69 Flat polyp (adenoma),

  11. Case 5.70 Adenoma to carcinoma,

  12. Case 5.71 Peutz-Jeghers syndrome, 382–383

  13. Case 5.72 Polyposis syndrome (FAP), 384–385

  14. Case 5.73 Polyposis syndrome (FAP), 384–385

  15. Case 5.74 Polyposis syndrome (FAP), 384–385

  16. Case 5.75 Polyposis syndrome (FAP), 384–385

  17. Case 5.76 Polyposis syndrome (juvenile),

  18. Case 5.77 Lipoma,

  19. Case 5.78 Lipoma,

  20. Case 5.79 Intussuscepting colonic lipoma,

Nonneoplastic masses and filling defects

  1. Case 5.110 Colitis cystica profunda,

  2. Case 5.111 Postinflammatory polyps,

  3. Case 5.112 Pseudopolyp,

  4. Case 5.113 Pseudopolyp,

  5. Case 5.114 Colonic diverticulum (inverted),

  6. Case 5.115 Lymphoid follicular pattern (normal),

  7. Case 5.116 Lymphoid follicular pattern (normal),

  8. Case 5.117 Endometriosis,

  9. Case 5.118 Endometriosis,

  10. Case 5.119 Endometriosis,

  11. Case 5.120 Endometriosis,

  12. Case 5.121 Mucocele,

  13. Case 5.122 Mucocele (appendiceal adenocarcinoma),

  14. Case 5.123 Mucocele,

  15. Case 5.124 Pneumatosis cystoides coli,

  16. Case 5.125 Pneumatosis coli,

  17. Case 5.126 Pneumatosis coli,

  18. Case 5.127 Pneumatosis coli (benign),

Obstructions and IleusObstructions

  1. Case 5.128 Mechanical colonic obstruction,

  2. Case 5.129 Mechanical colonic obstruction (gastric metastases),

  3. Case 5.130 Sigmoid volvulus,

  4. Case 5.131 Sigmoid volvulus,

  5. Case 5.132 Sigmoid volvulus,

  6. Case 5.133 Cecal volvulus,

  7. Case 5.134 Cecal volvulus,

  8. Case 5.135 Adynamic ileus,

  9. Case 5.136 Cecal ileus,

Miscellaneous

  1. Case 5.145 Cathartic colon,

  2. Case 5.146 Peritoneal extravasation,

  3. Case 5.147 Rectal perforation, 448–449

  4. Case 5.148 Rectal perforation, 448–449

  5. Case 5.149 Pelvic lipomatosis, 450–451

  6. Case 5.150 Pelvic lipomatosis, 450–451

  7. Case 5.151 Innominate grooves,

Liver

Masses Cysts

  1. Case 6.18 Hepatic cyst,

  2. Case 6.19 Autosomal dominant polycystic disease,

  3. Case 6.20 Hemorrhagic liver cyst,

  4. Case 6.21 Von Meyenburg complexes,

  5. Case 6.22 Peribiliary cysts,

Abscesses

  1. Case 6.23 Hepatic abscess,

  2. Case 6.24 Amebic abscess,

  3. Case 6.25 Echinococcal hepatic abscess,

  4. Case 6.26 Echinococcal cyst,

  5. Case 6.27 Echinococcal cyst,

  6. Case 6.28 Candidiasis,

  7. Case 6.29 Candidiasis, 495

Bile Ducts and Gallbladder

Bile Ducts: Masses and Filling DefectsBenign filling defects

  1. Case 7.14 Choledocholithiasis,

  2. Case 7.15 Choledocholithiasis,

  3. Case 7.16 Choledocholithiasis,

  4. Case 7.17 Choledocholithiasis,

  5. Case 7.18 Choledocholithiasis,

  6. Case 7.19 Choledocholithiasis,

  7. Case 7.20 Pseudocalculus,

  8. Case 7.21 Papillary stenosis, 581

  9. Case 7.22 Ampullary carcinoma,

  10. Case 7.23 Mirizzi syndrome,

  11. Case 7.24 Extrinsic compression by adenopathy (intrahepatic bile duct stones),

  12. Case 7.25 Biliary papillomatosis,

  13. Case 7.26 Biliary cystadenoma,

  14. Case 7.27 Biliary cystadenocarcinoma,

  15. Case 7.28 Biliary cystadenoma,

Bile Ducts: Miscellaneous

  1. Case 7.38 Low insertion of cystic duct,

  2. Case 7.39 Biliary leak,

  3. Case 7.40 Choledochal cyst (type I),

  4. Case 7.41 Choledochal cyst (type I),

  5. Case 7.42 Choledochocele (type III cyst),

  6. Case 7.43 Caroli disease, 604–605

  7. Case 7.44 Caroli disease with adenocarcinoma, 606–607

  8. Case 7.45 Caroli disease,

Gallbladder: Masses and Filling DefectsBenign filling defects

  1. Case 7.65 Gallstones,

  2. Case 7.66 Gallstones (wall-echo-shadow triad),

  3. Case 7.67 Sludge,

  4. Case 7.68 Sludge (tumefactive),

  5. Case 7.69 Sludge (tumefactive),

  6. Case 7.70 Cholesterol polyp,

  7. Case 7.71 Cholesterol polyps,

  8. Case 7.72 Adenomyomatosis (diffuse),

  9. Case 7.73 Adenomyomatosis (focal),

  10. Case 7.74 Adenomyomatosis (focal),

Malignant tumors

  1. Case 7.75 Carcinoma (polypoid),

  2. Case 7.76 Carcinoma,

  3. Case 7.77 Metastases (melanoma),

Gallbladder: Miscellaneous

  1. Case 7.78 Phrygian cap,

  2. Case 7.79 Phrygian cap,

  3. Case 7.80 Wall thickening,

  4. Case 7.81 Varices,

Pancreas

Miscellaneous

  1. Case 8.71 Laceration or fracture,

  2. Case 8.72 Pancreas divisum,

  3. Case 8.73 Pancreas divisum,

  4. Case 8.74 Pancreas divisum with pseudocyst,

  5. Case 8.75 Annular pancreas with chronic pancreatitis, 736–737

  6. Case 8.76 Annular pancreas, 736–737

  7. Case 8.77 Intrapancreatic splenule, 738–739

  8. Case 8.78 Sarcoidosis, 740–741

Spleen

MassesBenign masses

  1. Case 9.7 Hemangioma,

  2. Case 9.8 Hemangioma,

  3. Case 9.9 Multiple hemangiomas,

  4. Case 9.10 Splenic cyst,

  5. Case 9.11 Epidermoid cysts,

  6. Case 9.12 Hamartoma,

  7. Case 9.13 Inflammatory pseudotumor,

  8. Case 9.14 Siderotic nodules (Gamna-Gandy bodies),

  9. Case 9.15 Infarction,

  10. Case 9.16 Infarction,

  11. Case 9.17 Pseudomass,

Malignant tumors

  1. Case 9.18 Lymphoma,

  2. Case 9.19 Lymphoma,

  3. Case 9.20 Metastases (melanoma primary),

  4. Case 9.21 Metastases (melanoma primary),

Miscellaneous

  1. Case 9.22 Subcapsular hematoma,

  2. Case 9.23 Multiple lacerations,

  3. Case 9.24 Splenosis,

  4. Case 9.25 Hemochromatosis (secondary),

  5. Case 9.26 Thorium dioxide exposure,

  6. Case 9.27 Thorium dioxide exposure,

  7. Case 9.28 Wandering spleen, 780–781

  8. Case 9.29 Autosplenectomy (sickle cell anemia),

Peritoneum and Mesentery

HerniasExternal hernias

  1. Case 10.28 Inguinal (indirect),

  2. Case 10.29 Inguinal (direct),

  3. Case 10.30 Femoral,

  4. Case 10.31 Femoral,

  5. Case 10.32 Obturator (incarcerated),

  6. Case 10.33 Ventral (incisional),

  7. Case 10.34 Lateral ventral,

  8. Case 10.35 Richter,

  9. Case 10.36 Parastomal,

  10. Case 10.37 Spigelian,

  11. Case 10.38 Umbilical, 833

Internal hernias

  1. Case 10.39 Paraduodenal,

  2. Case 10.40 Paraduodenal,

  3. Case 10.41 Foramen of Winslow,

Diaphragmatic hernias

  1. Case 10.42 Bochdalek,

  2. Case 10.43 Bochdalek (right-sided),

  3. Case 10.44 Morgagni,

  4. Case 10.45 Traumatic,

  5. Case 10.46 Traumatic,

Miscellaneous

  1. Case 10.47 Pneumoperitoneum,

  2. Case 10.48 Misty mesentery (lymphoma),

  3. Case 10.49 Mesenteric amyloid deposition,

  4. Case 10.50 Epiploic appendagitis, 844–845

  5. Case 10.51 Omental torsion and infarction,