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GI and bowel path

pathology ch 5 gastric 2

Bacterial gastritis is seen how radiographically? as bubbles in the gastric walls
Gastritis is seen how radiographically? thickening of the folds
Peptic ulcer disease inflammatory process involving the stomach and duodenum
What is the most common cause of acute upper GI bleeding? peptic ulcer disease
Alternate name for Crohn’s disease regional enteritis
Crohn’s disease inflammatory disorder usu involving the terminal ileum
A “cobblestone appearance” describes what pathology? Crohn’s disease
Most common cause of a small bowel obstruction? fibrous adhesion
Adynamic ileus abnormal function or loss of peristalsis in the small bowel
Adynamic ileus radiographic appearance dilated loops of bowel with no point of obstruction seen
Intussusception telescoping of the intestine
When can intussusception be seen on x-ray? after 48 hours
When can an SBO be seen on x-ray? after 3-4 hours
A “coiled spring” appearance represents what pathology? intussusception
Radiographic appearance of diverticulosis round or oval barium projections from the bowel walls
Diverticulitis radiographic appearance extravasation of barium from the tip of the diverticulum
Created by: annaluz87