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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.6 Gastrointestinal tract
Case 1.6.6 Stomach and esophagus


Esophagus:
Normal esophagus filled with air and a bit of fluid
Esophagus:
Protruding disc of the cervical spine impressing the esophagus (there are a few colloid cysts in the thyroid)
Esophagus:
Esophagus carcinoma and metastatic lymph node
Esophagus:
Esophagus carcinoma with lymph node metastases with a hypoechoic mass dorsal to the thyroid gland with a central air configuration
Esophagus:
Esophagus carcinoma invading the thyroid and lymph node metastases
Esophagus:
Achalasia with a wide distal esophagus
Malignant stomach lesions:
Stomach carcinoma with a thickened stomach wall and loss of the normal wall layers
Malignant stomach lesions:
Linitis plastica with a thickened vascularized hypoechoic gastric wall Biopsy proved the wall thickening to be an adenocarcinoma
Malignant stomach lesions:
Stomach carcinoma with a thickened antral wall and enlarged lymph nodes
Malignant stomach lesions:
Carcinoma of the stomach with an irregular hypo-echoic ill defined mass and enlarged lymph nodes and liver metastases
Malignant stomach lesions:
Stomach carcinoma and ascites with a thickened stomach wall
Case of the month April 2016: Malignant stomach lesions:
Stomach carcinoma
Malignant stomach lesions:
Gastric carcinoma with a massively thickened gastric wall with liver metastasis and lymph node metastases
Malignant stomach lesions:
Antral carcinoma (adenocarcinoma) with a hypoechoic thickened hypervascularized stomach wall and enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes
Malignant stomach lesions:
Linitis plastica with diffuse thickening of the stomach wall
Malignant stomach lesions:
Carcinoma of the antrum of the stomach with thickening of the stomach wall and narrowing of the lumen
Malignant stomach lesions:
Carcinoma of the antrum of the stomach with thickening of the stomach wall and narrowing of the lumen
Malignant stomach lesions:
Carcinoma of the stomach with thickening of the stomach wall
Malignant stomach lesions:
Gastric adeno carcinoma with omental infiltration and colon wall thickening
Case of the month December: Ovaries malignant lesions:
Ovarian mass that proved to be a Krukenberg tumor in a patient with a gallbladder and stomach mass
Malignant stomach lesions:
Adenocarcinoma of the lesser curvature of the stomach with irregular thickened wall
Case of the month October 2015: Malignant stomach lesions:
Malignant polyp stomach
Case of the month October 2015: Malignant stomach lesions:
Gastrointestinal stromal tumor GIST of the fundus of the stomach
Malignant stomach lesions:
Non Hodgkin´s disease with enlarged mesenteric and retroperitoneal lymphe nodes, thickened antral wall of the stomach and splenomegaly with ...
Malignant stomach lesions:
B cell lymphoma with a mass at the fundus of the stomach and enlarged lymphe nodes
Case of the month April 2016: Malignant stomach lesions:
Mantel cell lymphoma of the stomach with a huge thickened stomach wall
Benign stomach lesions:
Thickened mucosa and submucosa of the stomach. Gastroscopy showed a gastritis and ulcerations.
Benign stomach lesions:
Small juxtapyloric mass with ulceration and stomach dilatation
Benign stomach lesions:
Benign gastric ulcer with an air filled antral ulcer
Benign stomach lesions:
Large peptic ulcer with a thick wall and air filled ulcer crater on the anterior wall of the antrum
Benign stomach lesions:
Large peptic ulcer with a thick wall and air filled ulcer crater on the anterior wall of the antrum
Benign stomach lesions:
Antral wall thickening with ulceration with small air filled crater
Esophagus:
Normal esophagus filled with air and a bit of fluid
Esophagus:
Protruding disc of the cervical spine impressing the esophagus (there are a few colloid cysts in the thyroid)
Esophagus:
Esophagus carcinoma and metastatic lymph node
Esophagus:
Esophagus carcinoma with lymph node metastases with a hypoechoic mass dorsal to the thyroid gland with a central air configuration
Esophagus:
Esophagus carcinoma invading the thyroid and lymph node metastases
Esophagus:
Achalasia with a wide distal esophagus
Malignant stomach lesions:
Stomach carcinoma with a thickened stomach wall and loss of the normal wall layers
Malignant stomach lesions:
Linitis plastica with a thickened vascularized hypoechoic gastric wall Biopsy proved the wall thickening to be an adenocarcinoma
Malignant stomach lesions:
Stomach carcinoma with a thickened antral wall and enlarged lymph nodes
Malignant stomach lesions:
Carcinoma of the stomach with an irregular hypo-echoic ill defined mass and enlarged lymph nodes and liver metastases
Malignant stomach lesions:
Stomach carcinoma and ascites with a thickened stomach wall
Case of the month April 2016: Malignant stomach lesions:
Stomach carcinoma
Malignant stomach lesions:
Gastric carcinoma with a massively thickened gastric wall with liver metastasis and lymph node metastases
Malignant stomach lesions:
Antral carcinoma (adenocarcinoma) with a hypoechoic thickened hypervascularized stomach wall and enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes
Malignant stomach lesions:
Linitis plastica with diffuse thickening of the stomach wall
Malignant stomach lesions:
Carcinoma of the antrum of the stomach with thickening of the stomach wall and narrowing of the lumen
Malignant stomach lesions:
Carcinoma of the antrum of the stomach with thickening of the stomach wall and narrowing of the lumen
Malignant stomach lesions:
Carcinoma of the stomach with thickening of the stomach wall
Malignant stomach lesions:
Gastric adeno carcinoma with omental infiltration and colon wall thickening
Case of the month December: Ovaries malignant lesions:
Ovarian mass that proved to be a Krukenberg tumor in a patient with a gallbladder and stomach mass
Malignant stomach lesions:
Adenocarcinoma of the lesser curvature of the stomach with irregular thickened wall
Case of the month October 2015: Malignant stomach lesions:
Malignant polyp stomach
Case of the month October 2015: Malignant stomach lesions:
Gastrointestinal stromal tumor GIST of the fundus of the stomach
Malignant stomach lesions:
Non Hodgkin´s disease with enlarged mesenteric and retroperitoneal lymphe nodes, thickened antral wall of the stomach and splenomegaly with ...
Malignant stomach lesions:
B cell lymphoma with a mass at the fundus of the stomach and enlarged lymphe nodes
Case of the month April 2016: Malignant stomach lesions:
Mantel cell lymphoma of the stomach with a huge thickened stomach wall
Benign stomach lesions:
Thickened mucosa and submucosa of the stomach. Gastroscopy showed a gastritis and ulcerations.
Benign stomach lesions:
Small juxtapyloric mass with ulceration and stomach dilatation
Benign stomach lesions:
Benign gastric ulcer with an air filled antral ulcer
Benign stomach lesions:
Large peptic ulcer with a thick wall and air filled ulcer crater on the anterior wall of the antrum
Benign stomach lesions:
Large peptic ulcer with a thick wall and air filled ulcer crater on the anterior wall of the antrum
Benign stomach lesions:
Antral wall thickening with ulceration with small air filled crater
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