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10 - green arrow

Ileum

Note: smoother mucosal surface

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9 - red arrow

Jejunum

Note: feathery appearance

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8

Descending duodenum.

Note: The transverse and ascending duodenum are not well visualized due to overlying jejunum.

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7

Duodenal bulb

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6

Collection of barium is narrowed significantly by the pyloric sphincter.

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5 - purple arrow

Indentation in greater curvature is caused by the spleen

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4 - yellow

Greater curvature of the stomach body

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3 - blue arrow

angular incisure

Note: The sharp angle in the lesser curvature

9

2 - green line

Lesser curvature (upper margin of the body of the stomach)

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1 - red outline

Fundus of the stomach filled with air.  Some rugalfolds are outlined by the barium between them.

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yellow

left posterior mediastinophrenicangle

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red arrows

peristaltic contractions

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purple arrows

rugal folds

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Small indentations

rugal folds in the greater curvature of the stomach

15

name the view and subject

lateral view of the stomach

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green

jejunum

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purple arrow

duodeno-jejunal junctions

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red

ascending duodenum 

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blue

Barium in the transverse duodenum

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green arrow

rugal folds

Note: linear lucencies

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red arrow

barium fills the fundus of the stomach

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Red arrow

longitudinal mucosal fold in the esophagus

Note: No more than 4 of these folds should be seen in the distal esophagus.

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Blue arrow

barium in the esophagus

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chambers / sacculations between the folds

haustra

Note: The mucosal folds of the colon (plicae semilunarisor semilunar folds) are thicker and further apart than in the small bowel.

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10 - red arrow

Distal ileum

Some barium has passed through the ileocecal valve into the distal ileum

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9

Rectum

Note: The rectum is fixed in place in midline

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8

Sigmoid colon

Note: sigmoid colon is not fixed in place and may loop up into the abdomen.

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7

Descending colon

Note: The descending colon is retroperitoneal and fixed in place laterally

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6

splenich flexure

Note: The splenic flexure is the highest point for the colon and is near the left hemidiaphragm. It does not indicate a margin of the spleen

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5

Transverse colon

Note: transverse colon is intraperitoneal, not fixed in place, may drop down to the pelvic bowl on upright films.