Radiological signs (gastrointestinal tract)

Dr Ian Bickle et al.

Radiological signs are described across the disciplines of imaging, including the gastrointestinal tract. Fruit-inspired, nature-related, and more feature in the list of signs described for a wide array of pathology. How fascinating are the minds of radiologists work in describing pathology?

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rID: 39730
Section: Signs
Tag: stub
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • GIT signs

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    Apple core of colorectal cancer
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    Honeycomb of melioidosis abscess
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    String sign of Crohns disease
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    Coffee bean sign.
    Coffee bean of caecal volvulus
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    Lead pipe colon of colitis
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    Comb Sign
    Comb sign of Crohns
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    Achalasia
    Bird beak of achalasia
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    Pseudokidney sign...
    Pseudokidney of intusseception
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    Windsock sign of duodenal web
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    Bull's eye of gastric ulcer
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    Accordian sign of pseudomembranous colitis
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