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Soft Tissue D

H Soft Tissue Abdomen

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blood vessels calcification pattern conduit wall
vas deferns calcification pattern conduit wall
track-like parrallel lines conduit wall
curvilinear calcification cyst wall
egg shell like calcification cyst wall
saccular aneurysm cyst wall
bladder and kidnet calcification cyst wall
well-defined border with lucent center calcification concretion
gallstones and kidney stones concretion
phleboliths concretion
extensive internal calcification solid or mass-like
granulomas and leimyomas solid or mass-like
teratomas solid or mass-like
lymph nodes solid or mass-like
location of liver RUQ
m/c 1* metastasis of liver hepatocellular carcinoma
Dx of hepatomegaly palpation
location of spleen LUQ
splenomegally will displace the magenblause in which direction medially
serpiginous conduit wall splenic artery calcification
fat, female, forty, flatulent gall bladder disease
location of gall bladder RUQ
radiographicaly what percent of gall stones are lucent 85
internal gas sign of cholelithiasis MBZ sign
pre-malignant gall bladder calcification porclelain gall bladder
cause of porcelain gall bladder chronic cholecystitis
are apendicoliths gall stones? no
location of pancreas UQ's corsses the midline
cause of pancreatic calculi chronic pancreatitis
chronic pancreatitis is caused by alcoholism, cystic fibrosis
location of kidneys RUQ/LUQ
which kidney sits higher left
kidney stoned are usually made of calcium oxacalate
AKA for staghorn calculus struvite
radiographic appearance of nephrolithiasis concretions - 85 % are radiopaque
nephrocalcinosis mass-like calcification
clcification pattern for ureters conduit wall pattern
location of ureters RLQ/LLQ
causes of ureter wall calcification schistomiasis, TB, radiation therapy
location of adrenal glands RUQ/LUQ
cause of adrenal gland calcification prior hemorrhage or infection
pattern of calcification of adrenals mass-like
what % can kidneys and ureters calcify 90
retroperotoneal organs kidneys and adrenals
location of stomach RUQ/LUQ
location of magenblase 1 cm from left hemidiaphragm
stacked coin appearance small bowel
pattern for large bowel gas haustral
extensive small bowel gas in considered abnormal
distention of large bowel width of lucency should not more than 10 cm
distention of small bowel width should be no more than 5 cm
can retain barium from prior exam diverticuli
air found under diaphragm due to bowel perforation pneumoperotineum
loops of large bowel between liver and right hemidiaphragm chiliditi syndrome
a type of fecalith - concretion appendicolith
Ddx of appenicolith in child possible appendicitis
calcification of psoas muuscle TB
location of aorta mid abdomen slightly to left of spine
aorta should not exceed 3 cm in width
aortic aneurysm that requires surgery 5 cm or more
pattern of calcification of atherosclerosis conduit wall
anneurymal calcification pattern- saccular cyst wall
fusiform aneurysmal pattern conduit wall
where do most aneurysms occur between renal and iliac arteries
what percentage of aneurysms calcify 50
location of urinary bladder pelvis
renal stones that travel to bladder due to stasis bladder calculi
appearnce of bladder calculi jack-stone calculus
location of prostate pelvis just above the pubic symphysis
concretions due to chronic prostatitis prostatic calculi
cause of vas deferns calcification diabetes melitis
calcification with a mulberry appearance uterine fibroid
reynold's wrap sign uterine fibroid
cause of fallopian tube calcification conduit wall - due to infection
pelvic vein stones phleboliths
upper GI exam barium swallow
what is added in double contrast study CO2
water soluble agent used in upper GI exam gastrograffin
what does the barium outline esophagus, stomach, and small bowel
contrast study specific for small bowel small bowel enteroclysis
what is used to test lower GI barium enema
what exam requires fatty meal oral cholecystogram
why is a fatty meal given so bladder can contract
m/c kidney exam intravenous pyelography
what exam has no radiation ultrasound
Created by: hakrrins