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.
These are rounded but with a density that is similar to water, as seen by looking at the stomach.
Signs of Acute Cholecystitis
2. Thickened wall ( >3mm)
3. Pericholecystic fluid
4. Positive sonographic Murphy's sign (pain on palpation)
Note the gallstone*, the thickened wall, and the fluid buildup.
A gallstone that is stuck in the common bile duct.
Chronic Pancreatitis X-Ray
Often can see calcifications.
Chronic Pancreatitis CT
Often enlarged. May be fluid accumulating as well.
Hiatus Hernia X-Ray
Where the stomach herniates upwards into the esophagus.
Abnormal Stomach X-Ray
May be cancerous. Note the extremely rough, thick, uneven edges of the stomach.
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.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease X-Ray
Note the very thick wall of the intestine.
Crohn's Disease X-Ray
Note how small the terminal ileum is.
Note the changes in fat composition, as well as the fluid around the edges.
The little blobs along the colon.
You can see the diverticula, however there is fluid and swollen components around them. Note the fluid leakage as well as the swollen wall.