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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.11 Abdominal wall
Case 1.11.6 Various abdominal wall lesions


Tumors benign:
Calcifications in a lesion causing acoustic shadowing that biopsy proved to be a fat necrosis of the abdominal wall
Tumors benign:
Inflamed omphalomesenteric duct remnant filled with air
Tumors benign:
Omphalomesenteric duct remnant with a non compressible tubular structure from the umbilicus to the mesenterium
Various lesions:
Infected urachus remnant and umbilical artery remnants
Various lesions:
Infected urachal cyst with a thick walled cystic structure just below the umbilicus with inflammatory changes
Various lesions:
Infected urachus
Various lesions:
Infected urachus cyst underneath the umbilicus
Case of the month January 2010 Paraumbilical varicosis:
Paraumbilical varicosis in a patient with liver cirrhosis and a paraumbilical vein
Case of the month January 2010 Paraumbilical varicosis:
Paraumbilical varicosis in a patient with liver cirrhosis and a paraumbilical vein
Paraumbilical varicosis:
Arteriovenous malformation in the abdominal wall
Tumors benign:
Calcifications in a lesion causing acoustic shadowing that biopsy proved to be a fat necrosis of the abdominal wall
Tumors benign:
Inflamed omphalomesenteric duct remnant filled with air
Tumors benign:
Omphalomesenteric duct remnant with a non compressible tubular structure from the umbilicus to the mesenterium
Various lesions:
Infected urachus remnant and umbilical artery remnants
Various lesions:
Infected urachal cyst with a thick walled cystic structure just below the umbilicus with inflammatory changes
Various lesions:
Infected urachus
Various lesions:
Infected urachus cyst underneath the umbilicus
Case of the month January 2010 Paraumbilical varicosis:
Paraumbilical varicosis in a patient with liver cirrhosis and a paraumbilical vein
Case of the month January 2010 Paraumbilical varicosis:
Paraumbilical varicosis in a patient with liver cirrhosis and a paraumbilical vein
Paraumbilical varicosis:
Arteriovenous malformation in the abdominal wall
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