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gastric + bowel path

pathology ch 5 gastric 1

Ulcerative colitis inflammatory disease of the colon affecting young adults
Radiographic appearance of ulcerative colitis ulcers and loss of haustral markings
A “lead pipe” appearance of the colon on x-ray indicates what? ulcerative colitis
Crohn’s colitis inflammatory disease of the colon with skip lesions
A “cobblestone appearance” is indicative of what pathology? Crohn’s colitis
50% of colon cancers occur where? in the rectum and sigmoid
An “apple core” appearance is indicative of what? carcinoma of the colon
Volvulus of the colon usually involves what portion? cecum and sigmoid
Radiographic appearance of volvulus obstruction of contrast with a tapered edge
Cholelithiasis gallstones
High incidence rates for gallstones include who? Female, Forty, Fat, Family
Most gallstones are radiopaque
Radiographic appearance of acute cholecystitis distended gallbladder on US
Cirrhosis appears how on x-ray? enlarged spleen or ascites
Radiographic appearance of acute pancreatitis adynamic ileus, distended c-loop
Created by: annaluz87