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Pharyngeal Outpouching
-Zenkers
-Killian Jamieson
-Lateral Hypopharyngeal Pouch
Long segment esophageal stricture
-Radiation
-Lye
-External Compression
-Epidermolysis and Bullous Pemphigoid
-NG tube
Bulky intraluminal eophageal mass
-carcinosarcoma
-leioyosarcoma
-fibrovascular polyp
-leiomyoma
-SCC
Double barrel esophagus
-mucosal tear (endoscopy, NG tube)
-Crohns
-Surgery
Apthous ulcers - esophagus
-herpes
-meds (tetracycline, K)
-reflux
-radiation
-crohns
-behcet's
Giant esophageal ulcers
-HIV
-CMV
Shaggy esophagus
-candida
-glycogenic acanthosis
-severe herpes
External esophageal impression
-LAD
-Lung tumor
-aneurysm
-aberrant vessels
-left atrial enlargement
Dilated esophagus
-Achalasia
-pseudoachalasia and obstructing tumor
-scleroderma
Gastric outlet obstruction with dilated stomach
-PUD
-Tumor
-antral diaphragm
-pyloric stenosis
-gastric volvulus
-crohns
-pancreatitis
-caustic ingestion
Dilated stomach without obstruction
-DM
-scleroderma
-chronic idiopathic intestinal pseudoobstruction
-drugs (atropine)
-agonal
Linitis plastica
-scirrhous carcinoma
-mets (breast)
-hodgkins
-caustic ingestion
-crohns
-EG
-radiation
-TB
-Zollinger Ellison
Thick gastric folds - focal
-PUD
-NSAIDS
-Caustic ingestion
-Adenocarcinoma
-Lymphoma
-mets
-crohns
-Menetriers
-varices
-EG
Thick gastric folds - diffuse
-gastritis
-EG
-Menetriers
-Amyloidosis
-lymphoma
Diminished gastric folds
-normal aging
-pernicious anemia
Solitary gastric mass (<2cm)
-polyp
-pancreatic rest
-adenoma
-mets
-carcinoma
Large gastric mass (>2cm)
-adenoma
-leiomyoma
-mets
-duplicaton cyst
-carcinoma
-lymphoma
-bezoar
Multiple gastic masses
-hyperplastic polyps
-adenomas (FAP, gardners)
-hamartomas (PJ, CC, Cowdens)
-mets
-lymphoma
-kaposi's
-neurogenic tumors (NF1)
Ulcers - stomach
-PUD
-cancer
-mets
-lymphoma
-kaposis
-GIST
-leiomyosarcoma
-crohns
Bull's Eye - stomach
-mets (melanoma)
-lymphoma
-?Kaposis
Poor coating stomach UGI
-food/drink
-smoking
-ZE syndrome
-Poor barium suspension
Gastric surgery Cx
-stump carcinoma
-retained gastric antrum
-stomal ulcers
-jejunogastric intussusception
-suture granulomas
-bezoars
-gastric remnent gastritis
Dilated duodenum - nonobstructed
-scleroderma
-sprue
-DM
-drugs
-idiopathic intestinal pseudoobstruction
Narrowed duodenum
-PUD
-crohns
-TB
-Annular pancreas
-intraluminal diverticulum
-malrotation and Ladd's bands
-SMA syndrome
-choledochal cyst
-pancreatic mass or pseudocyst
-duplication cyst
-adenocarcinoma
Wide duodenal sweep
-pseudocyst
-pancreatic tumor
-LAD
Cystic lesion duodenum
-duplication cyst
-choledochal cyst
-pseudocyst
Thick duodenal folds
-PUD and duodenitis
-pancreatitis
-ZE syndrome
-EG
-whipples
-lymphoma
-hemmorhage and trauma
Duodenal filling defects
-brunner gland hyperplasia
-prolapsed antral mucosa
-lymphoid hyperplasia
-adenoma
-choledochocele
-kaposi
-leiomyoma
-lipoma
-carcinoid
-adenocarcinoma
-polyposis (FAP, PJ)
Duodenal ulcers
-PUD
-ZE syndrome
-crohns
-TB
SB pseudodiverticula
-crohns
-scleroderma
-lymphoma
SB dilation
-SBO
-sprue
-scleroderma
-drugs
-pseuodoobruction
-ischemia
-adynamic ileus
SB narrowing
-crohns
-TB
-giardia
-camphylobacter
-yersinia
-CMV
-GVH
-chronic ischemia
-radiation
-neoplasm
Featureless SB
-infection (CMV, cryptosporidiosis)
-GVH
-Sprue
-crohns
-lymphoma
-backwash ileitis
Solitary SB mass
-adenocarcinoma
-lymphoma
-met
-kaposis
-leiomyosarcoma
-carcinoid
-mesenchymal tumor
-duplication cyst
-inverted meckel's diverticulum
Multiple SB masses
-mets
-lymphoma
-kaposis
-carcinoid
-polyps (hamartomas, adenomas)
-postinflammatory pseuodpolyps
-pneumotosis cystoides intestinalis
Distal ileum problem kids
-burkitt's lymphoma
-crohns
-appy
-meckels
-TB
Solitary colon mass
-adenoma/polyp
-carcinoma
-lipoma
-lymphoma
-duplication cyst
-carcinoid
Multiple colonic polyps/masses
-polyposis
-post inflammatory pseudopolyps
-lymphoma
-mets
Colonic ulceration
-UC
-crohns
-infection (TB, amebiasis, CMV)
-ischemia
-radiation
-behcets
Colonic narrowing
-carcinoma
-diverticulitis
-postinflammatory and ischemic stricture
-endometriosis
-lymphoma
-LGV
-carcinoid
Low colonic obstruction
-volvulus
-tumor
-diverticulitis
-intussusception
-hirschsprungs
Right sided colitides
-infection (TB, amebiasis, PMC, yersinia, camphylobacter)
-inflammation (crohns, appy, diverticulitis, typhlitis)
-ischemia
-neoplastic (adeno, lymphoma, carcinoid, mets)
Coned cecum
-cancer
-crohns
-TB
-amebiasis
-appy
-CMV
-typhlitis
-yersinia
Featureless colon
-endstage UC
-cathartic colon
-radiation
-crohns
-scleroderma
Thick colonic folds (thumbprinting)
-ischemia
-hemorrhage
-toxic megacolon
-PMC
-typhlitis
-other inflammation (crohns, UC, infection)
Toxic megacolon
-UC
-crohns
-PMC
Presacral widening (>1.5 cm)
-UC
-crohns
-LGV
-CMV
-rectal carcinoma
-lymphoma
Portal venous air (adult)
-ischemia
-diverticulitis
-IBD
-pneumotosis intestinalis
-SBO
-perforated ulcer
-barium enema
Portal venous air (child)
-NEC
-UVC
Pneumobilia
-surgery
-biliary fistula/gallstone ileus
-ulcer
-pancreatitis
-crohns
-cholangitis
Pneumotosis intestinalis
-ischemia
-NEC
-COPD
-SBO
-pneumomediastinum
-endoscopic injury
-scleroderma
-typhlitis
-steroids
Cirrhotic liver mass
-HCC
-regenerating nodule (<2cm)
-dysplastic nodule (>2cm)
-confluent fibrosis
-THAD
-fatty sparing
Cystic liver mass
-abscess
-HCC
-Mets
-hemangioma
-adenoma
-pseudocyst
-biloma
-biliary cystadenoma
-simple cyst
-von meyenberg complex
-biliary obstruction
-carolis
-polycystic liver disease
Cystic liver mass (pediatric)
-benign mesenchymal hamartoma
-undifferentiated embryonal sarcoma
-hemangioendothelioma
High attenuation liver
-thorotrast
-amiodarone
-gold tx
-glycogen storage disease
-hemochromotosis
-wilsons

-Liver + spleen = thorotrast and hemochromotosis
Nutmeg (mottled) liver
-Budd chiari
-congestive hepatopathy
-infiltrating tumor (HCC, cholangio)
Liver mass with cental scar
-FNH
-fibrolamellar
-adenoma
-giant cavernous hemangioma
Polypoid intraluminal mass in GB
-cholesterol polyp
-adenoma
-adenomyomatosis
-carcinoma
-mets
-adherant gallstone
GB wall thickening
-CHF
-liver disease and ascites
-low protein
-cholecystitis
-adenomyomatosis
-GB cancer
-mets
Splenomegaly
-infection (mono, AIDS, syphilis, candida)
-neoplasm (lymphoma, leukemia)
-sarcoid
-glycogen storage disease
-hemochromotosis
Multiple low attenuation foci within the spleen
-lymphoma
-infection (candida, aspergillus)
-sarcoid
-multiple angiomas
-mets (melanoma, breast, lung)
Single low attenuation focus in the spleen
-hemangioma (cavernous)
-cyst
-lymphoma
-abscess
-infarct
-mets
Hyperdense spleen lesion
-hemangioma (capillary)
-angiosarcoma (thoratrast)
Cystic pancreatic mass
-microcystic cystadenoma
-mucinous cystadenoma
-SPEN
-Degenereative nonfunctioning islet cell
-pseudocyst
-abscess
Multiple pancreatic masses
-mets (lung, breast, melanoma)
-lymphoma
-gastrinoma
Low attenuation LAD
-MAI
-TB
-whipples
-testicular mets (nonseminomatous)
-mucinous mets
-sprue
-rarely lymphoma
Calcified liver mets
-mucinous (colon, pancreas, stomach, ovary, breast, lung)
-neuroblastoma
-osteosarcoma
-chondrosarcoma
-melanoma
-treated lymphoma
Mesenteric mass
-peritoneal mets (carcinomatosis)
-mesothelioma
-desmoid
-carcinoma
-lymphoma
Fistulas
-crohns
-TB
-radiation
-tumor
-diverticulitis
-gallstone ileus
-postop
Intramural tracking/fistula
-diverticulitis
-tumor
-crohns