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Introduction to GI Radiology

Techniques of Examination
• Plain Radiography
– Plain x-ray of the Abdomen (KUB – Erect)
• Contrast Studies
– Ba Swallow ------ oesophagus
– Ba Meal ----------- stomach
– Ba Follow through------ small intestine
– Ba Enema ----------- large intestine
• Abdominal & Pelvic Ultrasound
• CT of the Abdomen & Pelvis

PUT .Normal X-ray of the Abdomen KUB .

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Supine Erect .

Erect Supine .

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Normal Pharynx (Ba Swallow) .

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Normal Oesophagus (Ba Swallow) (Single Contrast) .

Normal Oesophagus (Ba Swallow) (Double Contrast) .

The Stomach & Duodenum • Anatomy .

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The Small Intestine • Anatomy .

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The Large Intestine • Anatomy .

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The pharynx & oesophagus • Pathology .

FB Oesophagus .

FB Oesophagus (Food Bolus) .

Achalasia (Ba Swallow) .

Oesophageal stricture .

Oesophageal Mass (Malignant) .

Oesophageal Varices .

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The Stomach & Duodenum • Pathology .

Gastric Dilatation .

GU .

GU .

Gastric Mass (Linitis Plastica) .

Gastric Mass .

Duodenal atresia .

DU .

DU .

Pancreatic head mass .

The Large Intestine • Pathology .

Polyposis .

Diverticulosis

Ca Colon

Ca Colon

The Liver • Pathology .

Cirrhotic Liver .

Hepatic abcess .

Hydatid cyst .

Mets .

The Biliary System .

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The Pancreas • Pathology .

Pancreatic calcification .