By Gabriel Conder, John Rendle, Sarah Kidd, Dr Rakesh R. Misra
A-Z of stomach Radiology offers a concise, simply available radiological advisor to the imaging of the typical problems of the stomach and pelvis. Organised through A-Z, every one access supplies quick access to the most important scientific positive aspects of the . part 1 reports the proper radiological anatomy of the stomach and pelvis. this is often via over eighty belly problems, directory features, medical good points, radiological beneficial properties and suitable medical administration. each one ailment is very illustrated to assist prognosis. A-Z of belly Radiology is a useful fast reference for the busy clinician and aide memoir for examination revision in either medication and radiology.
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Mural or septal irregularity. • metastatic deposits or direct spread. • presence of ascites and peritoneal nodules. A Adnexal masses Bilateral ovarian carcinomata (asterisks). The right ovarian mass is predominantly solid while the left is largely cystic with eccentric wall thickening. Right ovarian carcinoma: axial T1W MRI pre- and postcontrast. Large enhancing solid right adnexal mass (arrow). 27 A Adrenal masses A to Z of Abdominal Radiology Clinical characteristics • The adrenal glands have a ‘Y’ configuration with an anteromedial body and two posterior limbs.
21 A A to Z of Abdominal Radiology 22 Adnexal masses Clinical characteristics • In anatomical terms the adnexa are considered to include the uterine (fallopian) tubes and ovaries. Each ovary lies posterolaterally on either side of the uterus, attached to the broad ligaments by its own mesentery, the mesovarium, and to the uterus by the ovarian ligament. The fallopian tubes lie in the superior aspect of the broad ligament. Each tube is approximately 10cm long and from the uterus runs posteriorly, laterally and then inferiorly.
The most common neoplasms are adenomata and metastastic disease. A common indication for adrenal imaging is to differentiate between these. • The presentation of adrenal masses depends upon whether the mass is functional or not. • Non-functioning tumours such as adenoma are usually an incidental finding when the patient is imaged for another reason. 28 (A) (B) A Adrenal masses Adrenal adenoma. ‘In-phase’ (A) and ‘out-of-phase’ (B) MRI confirms loss of signal in a lipid-rich left adrenal adenoma (arrows) on the out-of-phase image compared with the corresponding in-phase imaging.