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Apple Core Lesion

Apple Core Lesion

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Colon Polyp
GI pathology - wikiRadiography crohn's diseasecrohn's disease

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Pyloric Stenosis
Pyloric Stenosis Stomach cancer, X-ray





Pyloric Stenosis GI pathology - wikiRadiography

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Crohn's Disease

Crohn's Disease GI pathology - wikiRadiography

Crohn's disease Crohns disease
Crohn's disease - "Cobblestone" appearance of transverse colon.


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Zenker's Diverticulum

Achalasia" and related misdiagnoses GI Pathology GI pathology - wikiRadiography

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Epiphrenic Diverticulum

achalasia Epiphrenic Diverticulum By An Vu


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Colon Cancer
Ulcerative colitis Ileal Crohn's Disease w/fistula to sigmoid colon

GI pathology - wikiRadiography Caecal Volvulus

GI pathology - wikiRadiography
Dilated bowel proximal to the obstruction.The arrow points to the etiology of obstruction.

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Intussusception
intussusception

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Ulcerative Colitis
ulcerative colitis GI pathology - wikiRadiography

Image of ulcerative colitis showing loss of haustration in descending and sigmoid colon.

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GI pathology - wikiRadiography
This is a coronal CT demonstrating an infarction of the liver. An infarct of course, means that the tissue is dead. A likely cause is an block o fhe hepatic artery supplying this part of the liver. The spleen is mottled because of the varied perfusion rate of the splenic tissue
Debra Kendall

GI pathology - wikiRadiography
enterocenteric fistula


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