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Liver Metastasis CT Scan

Notice the thin white borders around the growths. This is due to IV labelling and shows the increased blood supply to the tumor.

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Liver Cysts

These are rounded but with a density that is similar to water, as seen by looking at the stomach.

 

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Signs of Acute Cholecystitis

1. Gallstones

2. Thickened wall ( >3mm)

3. Pericholecystic fluid

4. Positive sonographic Murphy's sign (pain on palpation)

 

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Unknown Case

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Acute Cholecystitis

Note the gallstone*, the thickened wall, and the fluid buildup.

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Choledocholithiasis

A gallstone that is stuck in the common bile duct.

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Chronic Pancreatitis X-Ray

Often can see calcifications.

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Chronic Pancreatitis CT

Often enlarged. May be fluid accumulating as well.

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Hiatus Hernia X-Ray

Where the stomach herniates upwards into the esophagus.

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Abnormal Stomach X-Ray

May be cancerous. Note the extremely rough, thick, uneven edges of the stomach.

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Umbilical Hernia

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Notice the bowels return to a small, normal size after it passes the hernia. A small bowel obstruction is caused primarily by surgery, pr by a hernia.

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease X-Ray

Note the very thick wall of the intestine.

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Crohn's Disease X-Ray

Note how small the terminal ileum is.

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Appendicitis X-Ray

Note the changes in fat composition, as well as the fluid around the edges.

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Diverticula X-Ray

The little blobs along the colon.

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Diverticulitis X-Ray

You can see the diverticula, however there is fluid and swollen components around them. Note the fluid leakage as well as the swollen wall.

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