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Flashcards in GI Imaging Pictures Deck (21):
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Displacement of stomach by hepatic mass?

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Normal dog stomach mucosa using double contrast gastrogram 

3

How is focal dilatation of SI defined?

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1.6x depth of L5 or 2x rib 

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Dilated uterus (no foetuses will be present until day 44)

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General dilation 

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Ball FB with local dilation 

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Gravel sign of partial obstruction 

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Linear FB - plicated SI moved to one side of the body 

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FB consistently seen between views 

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Mass in lumen

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Intussecption - long filling defect with contrast around it 

12

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Duodenal mucosal changes due to pancreatitis 

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Does this kitten have a complete obstruction? Images taken immediately and 20 mins later.  

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20 mins later contrast can be seen in rectum so not an obstruction 

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Intestine 

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Which is the lumen?

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Which is the mucosal layer?

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Which is the submucosa layer?

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Which is the muscularis layer?

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Which is the serosal layer?

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Corrugated intestine shows hypermotility. Kidney can be seen below. 

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Descending duodenum. Whiter (hyperechoic or more echogenic) line = R limb of pancreas