Radiography for Small Intestinal Diseases: Basic Abnormal Patterns and Their Differential Diagnosis Toshiyuki Matsui 1 , Fumihito Hirai 1 , Takahiro Beppu 1 , Youichiro Ono 1 , Takashi Hisabe 1 , Sumio Tsuda 1 , Rikiya Nakasima 2 1Department of Gastroenterology, Fukuoka University Chikushi Hospital, Chikushino, Japan 2Department of Radiology, Fukuoka University Chikushi Hospital, Chikushino, Japan Keyword: 小腸X線検査 , 小腸疾患 , 欠損像 , 狭窄 , 潰瘍 pp.453-468
Published Date 2008/4/24
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1403101318
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 Recently, new endoscopic techniques (capsule endoscopy and double balloon endoscopy) have been devised and used often to scrutinize lesions of small intestinal diseases. The conventional method of radiography for small intestinal lesions has been used for a long time and still has a definite role to play in the diagnosis of even subtle and small intestinal lesions. Radiography can diagnose elevated lesions, stenotic lesions, ulcerative lesions, and diffuse lesions. In this review, the basic abnormal patterns cited above are presented and their differential diagnosis is discussed partly by using endoscopy comparatively.

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