Module

X-Abdominal

Although the abdominal X-ray is performed less frequently these days, it still has clinical value in certain situations. Some knowledge about this research is therefore essential.

Although the abdominal X-ray is performed less frequently these days, it still has clinical value in certain situations. Some knowledge about this research is therefore essential.

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X-Abdominal

Prior to this module, it is wise to read the X-ray/CT Technique module.

 

This module consists of the components indication/technique, normal anatomy, checklist and pathology.

 

Key topics/terms:

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Author

  • Annelies van der Plas, MSK radiologist Maastricht UMC+

24/04/2014 (translated 14/11/2016)

 

Sources:

  • P.C. Nevitt String of pearls sign. Radiology 2000.
  • Khurana et al: Bowel Obstruction Revealed by Multidetector CT. AJR 2002.
  • A.C. Silva et al: Small Bowel Obstruction: What to Look For. RadioGraphics 2009.
  • Dahnert. Radiology Review Manual 7th Edition.
  • N.C. Dalrymple et al; Problem Solving in abdominal imaging. 2009
  • D. Feldman. The Coffee Bean Sign. Radiology 2000
  • J.Q. Ly; The Rigler Sign. Radiology 2003
  • Emilio Quaia: Diagnostic Imaging; Radiological Imaging of the kidney. 2011.
  • Fred A. Mettler, Jr; Essentials of Radiology 3rd edition (2005)

 

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It may not be used without written permission of Annelies van der Plas.

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