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October 22, 2023

Enlargement of the abdominis rectus

Hematoma In a patient with history of trauma or anticoagulation use, hematoma is the most common etiology. On noncontrast CT, a hematoma can appear to be […]
October 22, 2023

Diaphragmatic attenuation

Congenital diaphragmatic hernia Congenital diaphragmatic hernias include Bochdalek hernias, which are the most common type of congenital diaphragmatic hernia, and involve the posterior–lateral aspect of the […]
October 22, 2023

Appendix with an inguinal hernia

Amyand’s hernia An inguinal hernia sac can contain essentially any organ within the lower abdomen. When the appendix is found within an inguinal hernia sac, it […]
October 22, 2023

Retrocardiac soft-tissue density

Sliding hiatal hernia Hiatal hernia is a type of acquired hernia that occurs when abdominal structures herniate through the esophageal hiatus, typically the stomach. There are […]
October 22, 2023

Bilateral pelvic hernias

Inguinal hernia Inguinal hernias can be classified as direct or indirect, depending on whether the herniation occurs through the internal inguinal ring (indirect) or through the […]
October 22, 2023

Stomach herniating above diaphragm

Sliding hiatal hernia There is superior displacement of the gastroesophageal junction and gastric cardia through the esophageal hiatus. When the esophageal B ring and gastric folds […]
Stomach herniating above diaphragm
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