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RADIOLOGY REVIEW Plain films of abdomen
ABDOMEN Soft Tissue Findings
Normal Abdomen Psoas Kidney LiverSpleen
Hepatosplenomegally NORMAL ABNORMAL
Pancreatitis NORMAL SUPINE ABNORMAL SUPINE
Pancreatitis NORMAL PANCREATITIS
Properitoneal Fat Line Normal Abdomen
Ascites CT SCAN UPPER ABDOMEN CT SCAN PELVIS
DELAYED EXCRETION OF CONTRAST ON IVP Normal
Renal Calculus DILATED COLLECTING SYSTEM POST VOID
Stone Distal Ureter
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Acoustic Shadowing on Ultrasound GALLSTONE POLYP
ABDOMEN Bowel Gas Distribution
Normal Small Bowel SMALL BOWEL FOLLOW-THROUGH
Normal Large Bowel BARIUM IN LARGE BOWEL
Large Bowel Constipation Fecal Impaction
Small Bowel Obstruction SUPINE VIEW UPRIGHT VIEW Air-fluid levels
Small Bowel Obstruction NORMAL DILATED SMALL BOWEL
Small Bowel Obstruction SUPINE VIEWUPRIGHT VIEW
Free Air and SBO UPRIGHT VIEWDECUBITUS VIEW
Free air and fluid CT SCAN
Free Air Can see bowel wall
Free Air SupineDecubitus
Large Bowel Obstruction SUPINE VIEWUPRIGHT VIEW
Sigmoid Volvulus SUPINE VIEW
Sigmoid Volvulus UPRIGHT VIEW DECUBITUS VIEW
Volvulus CECAL VOLVULUSSIGMOID VOLVULUS
Thumbprinting SUPINE VIEW BARIUM ENEMA
Causes of Thumbprinting Enteritis or colitis Enteritis or colitis Infarction Infarction Hemorrhage into bowel wall Hemorrhage into bowel wall SUPINE VIEW
Bowel Infarction SUPINE VIEW
Bowel Infarction CT SCAN
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