White-globe appearance in gastric high-grade dysplasia
ConclusionEVA® and MRI provide precise objective assessment of VPI. Retropharyngeal lipostructure is a simple, relatively non-invasive, reproducible technique, providing good results in VPI.
We describe the case of a 50-year old woman presenting to the emergency department with right lower abdominal pain. CT-scan showed an obstruction without clear underlying cause. The hypothesis of obstruction due to intestinal adhesions without strangulation was assumed and non-operative management lead to recovery and dismissal of the patient. However, she presented 3 weeks later with identical complaints, this time showing a terminal ileitis on CT-scan. Surprisingly, a toothpick perforating the terminal ileum was found during endoscopy and could by removed. A clinician should think of foreign body ingestion when patients ...
Conclusion: Nonexperts ’ diagnostic ability to determine the depth of invasion of EGC improved by learning to read the non-extension sign. Thus, the non-extension sign is considered a simple and useful diagnostic marker.Digestion
Conclusions: The clinical factor related to missing colorectal polyp on CCE was the segmental transit time.Digestion