Computed Tomography of the Gastrointestinal Tract: Including by C. D. Becker, W. A. Fuchs (auth.), Morton A. Meyers M.D.

By C. D. Becker, W. A. Fuchs (auth.), Morton A. Meyers M.D. (eds.)

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Comput Assist Tomogr 1982; 6(4):762-765. 27. Nishi M, Aiko T, Yoshinaka H: Carcinoma of duodenum. Gekachiryo (Jpn) 1983; 49(6):712-724. 28. Komaki S: CT's capability in detecting advanced gastric cancer. Gastrointest Radiol 1983; 8:307-313. 29. Lee KR, Levine E, Moffat RE, et al: Computed tomographic staging of malignant gastric neoplasms. Radiology 1979; 133:151-155. 30. Phatak MG, Dobben GD, Asselmeir GH: CT demonstration of scirrhous carcinoma of stomach, a case report. Comput Radiol 1982; 6:31-33.

The only manifestations may be CT evidence of ascites or lymphadenopathy; the possibility of this type of metastasis can then be suspected. 7 cases; P2: 1/ 4 cases; P3:2/3 cases. Similar results have been reported by Ohkuma et al [23] for a sensitivity of 20%. This shows that peritoneal nodules are more evident as the stage increases. Recurrent Gastric Cancer The majority of patients who have undergone surgery eventually die from recurrent cancer. Signs and symptoms are mainly related to the Table 2-10.

It contains the left gastric artery, the coronary vein, and lymph nodes within double peritoneal folds [14]. Its right margin, which connects the hepatic hilum and the proximal portion of the duodenum, is called the hepatoduodenal ligament and contains the common bile duct, hepatic artery, and portal vein. The greater curvature of the stomach is connected to the transverse colon by the gastrocolic ligament, which is part of the greater omentum. The left side of the greater gastric curvature is connected to the spleen by the gastrosplenic ligament.

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