GI References



  1. Internal Abdominal Herniations. Didier Mathieu, Alain    i
  2. CT of Internal Hernias1 Takeyama
  3. Abdominal Wall Hernias: MDCT Findings
  4. MDCT of Abdominal Wall Hernias: Is There a Role for Valsalva's Maneuver?
  5. Review of Internal Hernias: Radiographic and Clinical Findings
  6. The Significance of a Positive Round Belly Sign on CT (Abdominal Compartment Syndrome)
  7. Comprehensive Analysis of Hypervascular Liver Lesions Using 16-MDCT and Advanced Image Processing.
  8. Transient Hepatic Attenuation Differences. Colagrande
  9. Value of Hepatic Arterial Phase Imaging during Helical CT1   Quiroga
  10. Unusual Hemodynamics and Pseudolesions of the Noncirrhotic Liver at CT1 Yoshimitsu
  11. Periportal Contrast Enhancement and Abnormal Signal Intensity on State-of-the-Art MR Images
  12. Periportal contrast enhancement on CT scans of the liver
  13. Fibropolycystic Liver Disease: CT and MR Imaging Findings1Federle
  14. Triple-Phase MDCT of Hepatocellular Carcinoma.
  15. *Hepatocellular Carcinoma in the Cirrhotic Liver with Helical CT and MRI: Imaging Spectrum and Pitfalls of Cirrhosis-Related Nodules.
  16. Hepatocellular Adenoma: Multiphasic CT and Histopathologic Findings in 25 Patients1
  17. Hepatic Adenomas: Imaging and Pathologic Findings1 Federle  Invited Commentary
  18. Benign Regenerative Nodules in Budd-Chiari Syndrome and Other Vascular Disorders of the Liver: Radiologic-Pathologic and Clinical Correlation1Federle  2002 good ddx
  19. Focal Nodular Hyperplasia: Findings at State-of-the-Art MR Imaging, US, CT, and Pathologic Analysis1
  20. Focal Nodular Hyperplasia: Lesion Evaluation Using 16-MDCT and 3D CT Angiography
  21. Benign versus Malignant Hepatic Nodules: MR Imaging Findings with Pathologic Correlation1 Zondervan
  22. CT of Benign Hypervascular Liver Nodules in Autoimmune Hepatitis.
  23. Atypical Hemangiomas of the Liver Vilgrain
  24. Hepatic Angiomyolipomas in Pediatric and Adult Patients with Tuberous Sclerosis.
  25. Cystic Focal Liver Lesions in the Adult: Differential CT and MR Imaging Features1 Ros
  26. CT and MRI of Cirrhosis and its Mimics.
  27. Hepatic Lesions Deemed Too Small to Characterize at CT: Prevalence and Importance in Women with Breast Cancer1
  28. The "Starry Sky" Liver with Right-Sided Heart Failure
  29. The Focal Hepatic Hot Spot Sign.
  30. Spontaneous Rapid Regression of a Giant Hemangioma Mimicking a Liver Abscess.
  31. The Infected Liver: Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation1
  32. Focal Hepatic Lesions: Diagnostic Value of Enhancement Pattern Approach with Contrast-enhanced 3D Gradient-Echo MR Imaging1 Brown
  33. Abdominal Imaging Features of HELLP Syndrome: A 10-Year Retrospective Review. hemolysis, elevated lft’s. low plts, pregnant
  34. CT and MRI of Hepatic Contour Abnormalities,
  35. Evaluation of Living Liver Donors with an All-inclusive 3D Multi–Detector Row CT
  36. Hepatic Macrosteatosis: Predicting Appropriateness of Liver Donation by Using MR Imaging
  37. MR Imaging of the Spleen Heiken
  38. Sonographic Evaluation of Spleen Size in Tall Healthy Athletes.
  39. Primary Vascular Neoplasms of the Spleen: Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation1
  40. MRI of Focal Splenic Lesions Without and With Dynamic Gadolinium Enhancement
  41. Gallbladder Carcinoma: Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation1 Levy
  42. Pancreatic Cysts 3 cm or Smaller: How Aggressive Should Treatment Be
  43. CT in Imaging of the Stomach1 Fishman
  44. Dedicated Multidetector CT of the Stomach: Spectrum of Diseases1Lechner
  45. CT Evaluation of Small Bowel Obstruction1 Soyer
  46. CT in the Diagnosis of Small Bowel Obstruction1 Furukawa
  47. CT Signs in the Diagnosis of Intestinal Ischemia in Small-Bowel Obstruction. - FIG10
  48. CT of Acute Bowel Ischemia1
  49. Algorithmic Approach to CT Diagnosis of the Abnormal Bowel Wall1  Wittenberg
  50. Crohn Disease: Mural Attenuation and Thickness at Contrast-enhanced CT Enterography
  51. *Small-Bowel Complications of Major Gastrointestinal Tract Surgery.
  52. Frequency and Relevance of the "Small-Bowel Feces" Sign on CT in Patients with Small-Bowel Obstruction
  53. Intussusception in Adults: From Stomach to Rectum.
  54. Unenhanced CT Findings of Vascular Compromise in Association with Intussusceptions in Adults
  55. Incidence, Patterns, and Clinical Relevance of Variant Portal Vein Anatomy.
  56.  Differential Diagnosis of Polypoid Lesions Seen at CT Colonography (Virtual Colonoscopy)1
  57. CT Evaluation of the Colon: Inflammatory Disease1 Fishman
  58. Spiral CT of Colon Cancer Horton
  59. Disproportionate Fat Stranding: A Helpful CT Sign in Patients with Acute Abdominal Pain1
  60. Cisterna Chyli at Routine Abdominal MR Imaging: A Normal Anatomic Structure in the Retrocrural Space1
  61. Multi–Detector Row CT: Principles and Practice for Abdominal Applications1
  62. Radiologic Spectrum of Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Tumor of the Pancreas1.
  63. Imaging of Thoracoabdominal Involvement in Erdheim-Chester Disease.
  64. Spectrum of Imaging Findings After Intestinal, Liver-Intestinal, or Multivisceral Transplantation: Part 1, Posttransplantation Anatomy
  65. CT Appearance of Acute Appendagitis
  66. MRI of Perianal Crohn's Disease
  67. A Modified CT Severity Index for Evaluating Acute Pancreatitis: Improved Correlation with Patient Outcome.
  68. MRI of Pancreatitis and Its Complications: Part 1, Acute Pancreatitis.

  1. MRI of Pancreatitis and Its Complications: Part 2, Chronic Pancreatitis.
  2. The Natural History of the Incidentally Discovered Small Simple Pancreatic Cyst: Long-Term Follow-Up and Clinical Implications.
  3. Cystic Pancreatic Lesions: Pseudocyst versus Nonpseudocyst1 Hahn
  4. Radiologic Spectrum of Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Tumor of the Pancreas1Lim
  5. Detection of Small Pancreatic Tumors with Multiphasic Helical CT.
  6. Pancreas Divisum: Depiction with Multi–Detector Row CT1
  7. MR Pancreatography: A Useful Tool for Evaluating Pancreatic Disorders
  8. Surgery for Chronic Pancreatitis: Cross-Sectional Imaging of Postoperative Anatomy and Complications.
  9. Spectrum of Imaging Findings After Pancreas Transplantation with Enteric Exocrine Drainage: Part 1, Posttransplantation Anatomy.
  10.  Spectrum of Imaging Findings After Pancreas Transplantation with Enteric Exocrine Drainage: Part 2, Posttransplantation Complications.
  11. CT and MRI Features of Pure Acinar Cell Carcinoma of the Pancreas in Adults.
  12. Pancreatic and Peripancreatic Diseases Mimicking Primary Pancreatic Neoplasia1  Lu
  13. Autoimmune  Pancreatitis: Imaging
  14. CT Findings of an Abdominal Cocoon.
  15. Helical CT of Blunt Diaphragmatic Rupture.
  16. Root of the Small-Bowel Mesentery: Correlative Anatomy and CT Features of Pathologic Conditions1 Okino
  17. Mesenteric Neoplasms: CT Fishman
  18. CT Findings in Sclerosing Mesenteritis (Panniculitis) Fishman
  19. Mesenteric Lymph Nodes: Detection and Significance on MDCT.
  20. Mesenteric Lymph Nodes Seen at Imaging: Causes and Significance1 Lucey - R1
  21. The Celiac Ganglia: Anatomic Study Using MRI in Cadavers
  22. Helical CT of Blunt Diaphragmatic Rupture.
  23.  Helical CT Evaluation of Acute Right Lower Quadrant Pain: Part II, Uncommon Mimics of Appendicitis.
  24. Mimics of Appendicitis: Alternative Nonsurgical Diagnoses with Sonography and CT
  25. CT of Meckel's Diverticulitis.
  26. MR Colonography in Patients with Incomplete Conventional Colonoscopy1
  27. CT of Bowel Wall Thickening,  Significance and Pitfalls of Interpretation
  28. Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass for Clinically Severe Obesity: Normal Appearance and Spectrum of Complications at Imaging1
  29. Gastrointestinal Complications of Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery: Clinical and Imaging Findings1
  30. Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery for Morbid Obesity: Evaluation of Postoperative Extraluminal Leaks with Upper Gastrointestinal Series1
  31. Desmoplastic Small Round Cell Tumor in the Abdomen and Pelvis: Report of CT Findings in 11 Affected Children and Young Adults
  32. Gastrointestinal Schwannomas: CT Features with Clinicopathologic Correlation.
  33. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors: Clinical, Radiologic, and Pathologic Features.
  34. CT Appearance of a Retained "Fish" in the Abdomen. 
  35. MR Cholangiography: Technical Advances and Clinical Applications - SEC4
  36. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor: New Nodule-within-a-Mass Pattern of Recurrence
  37. Differentiating Malignant from Benign Common Bile Duct Stricture with Multiphasic Helical CT1 Choi
  38. Role of Helical CT in Diagnosis of Gallstone Ileus and Related Conditions.
  39. Neurogenic Tumors in the Abdomen: Tumor Types and Imaging Characteristics1Rha
  40. Unusual Nonneoplastic Peritoneal and Subperitoneal Conditions: CT Findings1Pickhardt
  41. Primary Neoplasms of Peritoneal and Sub-peritoneal Origin: CT Findings1 Pickhardt
  42. Radiologic Findings of Behçet Syndrome Involving the Gastrointestinal Chung
  43. Radiologic Features of Vasculitis Involving the Gastrointestinal Tract1 Ha
  44. . Phlebosclerotic Colitis: Imaging–Pathologic Correlation
  45. Tailgut Cyst: MRI Evaluation.
  46. Whole-Body CT Screening: Spectrum of Findings and Recommendations in 1192 Patients1.
  47. MRI of the Peritoneum: Spectrum of Abnormalities
  48. CT of Nontraumatic Abdominal Fluid Collections After Initial Fluid Resuscitation of Patients with Major Burns
  49. Periportal Contrast Enhancement and Abnormal Signal Intensity on State-of-the-Art MR Images