Gastrointestinal Imaging Patterns: Gastrointestinal Imaging

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:768 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:November 22, 2017Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

A. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT - CT

SOLID VISCERA

I. Liver - CT

2.Multiple: Low attenuation lesions

3.Solitary: Arterially enhancing lesions

4.Multiple: Arterially enhancing lesions

5.Lesions with early washout

6.Lesions with delayed washout

7.Diffuse decrease in signal/ attenuation

8.Diffuse increase in signal/ attenuation

9.Diffusely nodular liver

10.Calcifications within the liver

II. Gallbladder - CT

1.Focal wall thickening

2.Diffuse wall thickening

3.Filling Defects

4.Calcifications

5.Cystic Duct Dilation

III. Spleen - CT

1.Solitary: Low attenuation lesion

IV. Pancreas - CT

1.Diffuse Pancreatic enlargement

2.Pancreatic Absence/Atrophy

3.Solitary: Low attenuation lesion

4.Multiple: Low attenuation lesion

5.Solitary: Enhancing lesion

6.Multiple: Enhancing lesion

7.Calcifications

8.Pancreatic ductal abnormalities

HOLLOW VISCERA

V. Stomach and Duodenum - CT

1.Diffuse wall thickening

2.Focal wall thickening

3.Luminal narrowing

4.Filling Defects

VI. Small intestine - CT

1.Diffuse wall thickening

2.Focal wall thickening

3.Intraluminal mass

4.Luminal narrowing

5.Bowel wall enhancement

6. Bowel wall fat

VII. Large intestine - CT

1.Diffuse wall thickening

2. Focal wall thickening

3.Intra-luminal mass

4.Luminal narrowing

5.Bowel wall enhancement

PERITONEUM/MESENTERY/OMENTUM

VIII. Peritoneum, Mesentry and Omentum -

1.Nodular lesions

2.Omental cake

3.Mesenteric mass

IX. Retroperitoneum - CT

1.Air density

2.Fluid density

3.Solid masses

4.Stranding

5.Vascular Abnormalities

X - Skin

1.Soft tissue massesa.injection granulomas

2.Stranding

B. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT - U/S

I. Liver - U/S

1.Cystic Lesions

2.Biloma

3.Abscess - Bacterial

4.Abscess - Amebic

5.Echinococcal Cysts

6.Hemangioma in non-enhanced CT

7.Laceration/Hematoma

8.Cystadenoma

9.Cystadenocarcinoma

10.HCC

11.Cholangiocarcimona

12.Solitary Metastasis

2.Hypoechoic lesions

3.Hyperechoic Lesions

4.Doppler Flow Patterns in the Liver

5.Bile Duct Dilation

II. Gallbladder - US

1.Focal wall thickening

2.Diffuse wall thickening

3.Filling defects

4.Calcifications

5.Cystic Duct Dilation

6.Cystic Duct Filling Defect

III. Spleen - US

1.Splenic enlargement

2.Splenic Atrophy

3.Hypoechoic Splenic Masses

4.Hyperechoic Splenic Masses

IV. Pancreas - US,p>1.Hypoechoic Pancreas

3.Hypoechoic Masses

4.Hyperechoic masses

5.Ductal Dilation

6.Ductal Filling defects

7.Ductal calcifications

C. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT - MRI

I. Liver - MRI

1. T2 bright lesions

2.T1 bright lesions

3.Solitary arterially enhancing lesions

4.Multiple arterially enhancing lesions

5.Delayed Bopta Lesions

6.Lesions that drop in out of phase

7.Lesions that increase in out of phase

II. Gallbladder - MRI

1.Focal wall thickening

2.Diffuse wall thickening

3.Filling defects

4.Calcifications

5.Cystic Duct Dilation

6.Cystic Duct Filling Defect

III. Spleen - MRI

1.Splenic enlargement

2.Splenic Atrophy

3.Non enhancing splenic masses

4.Enhancing splenic masses

VI. Pancreas - MRI

1.Low T1 Diffusely

2.T2 bright lesions

3.Focal Masses

4.Diffuse ductal dilation

5.Focal ductal dilation

D. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT - Plain Radiograph/Fluoroscopy

Hollow viscera - Plain Radiograph/Fluoroscopy

I. Esophagus - Fluoroscopy

II. Stomach - Fluoroscopy

III. Duodenum - Fluoroscopy

IV. Small intestine - Fluoroscopy

V. Large intestine - Fluoroscopy

A. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT - CT

SOLID VISCERA

I. Liver - CT

2.Multiple: Low attenuation lesions

3.Solitary: Arterially enhancing lesions -

4.Multiple: Arterially enhancing lesions

5.Lesions with early washout

6.Lesions with delayed washout

7.Diffuse decrease in signal/ attenuation

8.Diffuse increase in signal/ attenuation

9.Diffusely nodular liver

10.Calcifications within the liver

II. Gallbladder - CT

1.Focal wall thickening

2.Diffuse wall thickening

3.Filling Defects

4.Calcifications

5.Cystic Duct Dilation

6.Cystic Duct Filling Defect

III. Spleen - CT

1.Solitary: Low attenuation lesion

2.Multiple: Low attenuation lesion

3.Solitary: Enhancing lesion

4.Multiple: Enhancing lesion

IV. Pancreas - CT

1.Diffuse Pancreatic enlargement

2.Pancreatic Absence/Atrophy

3.Solitary: Low attenuation lesion

4.Multiple: Low attenuation lesion

5.Solitary: Enhancing lesion

6.Multiple: Enhancing lesion

7.Calcifications

8.Pancreatic ductal abnormalities

HOLLOW VISCERA

V. Stomach and Duodenum - CT

1.Diffuse wall thickening

2.Focal wall thickening

3.Luminal narrowing

4.Filling Defects

VI. Small intestine - CT

1.Diffuse wall thickening

2.Focal wall thickening

3.Intraluminal mass

4.Luminal narrowing

5.Bowel wall enhancement

6. Bowel wall fat

VII. Large intestine - CT

1.Diffuse wall thickening

2. Focal wall thickening

3.Intra-luminal mass

4.Luminal narrowing

5.Bowel wall enhancement

PERITONEUM/MESENTERY/OMENTUM

VIII. Peritoneum, Mesentry and Omentum - CT

1.Nodular lesions

2.Omental cake

3.Mesenteric mass

IX. Retroperitoneum - CT

1.Air density

2.Fluid density3.Solid masses

4.Stranding

5.Vascular Abnormalities

X - Skin

1.Soft tissue masses

2.Stranding

B. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT - U/S

I. Liver - U/S

2.Hypoechoic lesions

3.Hyperechoic Lesions

4.Doppler Flow Patterns in the Liver

II. Gallbladder - US

1.Focal wall thickening

2.Diffuse wall thickening

3.Filling defects

4.Calcifications

5.Cystic Duct Dilation

6.Cystic Duct Filling Defect

III. Spleen - US

1.Splenic enlargement

2.Splenic Atrophy

3.Hypoechoic Splenic Masses

4.Hyperechoic Splenic Masses

IV. Pancreas - US

1.Hypoechoic Pancreas

2.Hyperechoic Pancrease

3.Hypoechoic Masses

4.Hyperechoic masses

5.Ductal Dilation

6.Ductal Filling defects

7.Ductal calcificationsM

C. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT - MRI

I. Liver - MRI

1. T2 bright lesions

2.T1 bright lesions

3.Solitary arterially enhancing lesions

4.Multiple arterially enhancing lesions

5.Delayed Bopta Lesionsa. FNH

6.Lesions that drop in out of phase

7.Lesions that increase in out of phase

II. Gallbladder - MRI

1.Focal wall thickening

2.Diffuse wall thickening

3.Filling defects

4.Calcifications

5.Cystic Duct Dilation

6.Cystic Duct Filling Defect

III. Spleen - MRI

1.Splenic enlargement

2.Splenic Atrophy

3.Non enhancing splenic masses

4.Enhancing splenic masses

VI. Pancreas - MRI

1.Low T1 Diffusely

2.T2 bright lesions

3.Focal Masses

4.Diffuse ductal dilation

5.Focal ductal dilation

D. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT - Plain Radiograph/Fluoroscopy

Hollow viscera - Plain Radiograph/Fluoroscopy

I. Esophagus - Fluoroscopy

1.Dilation

2.Strictures

3.Mucosal Thickening

4.Ulcers/ Filling Defects

II. Stomach - Fluoroscopy

1.Dilation

2.Strictures

3.Rugal Thickening

III. Duodenum - Fluoroscopy

1.Dilation

2.Strictures

3.Mucosal Thickening

4.Filling Defects/Ulcers

IV. Small intestine - Fluoroscopy

1.Dilation

2.Strictures

3.Fold Thickening

4.Ulcers/Filling Defects

V. Large intestine - Fluoroscopy

1.Dilation

2.Strictures

3.Fold Thickening

4.Filling defects

5.Outpouchings