Alimentary Canal Quiz

James M. Messmer, M.D.
Professor of Radiology
Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education

Directions

Develop your Diagnostic Skills!

In order to get the most out of this brief program:

1. Look at the radiograph and identify what part of the anatomy is being demonstrated.
2. Analyze the anatomy demonstrated and determine if you see anything that strikes you as "abnormal".
3. Picture in your mind what the pathologic specimen of the demonstrated entity might look like.
4. If you think you can offer a diagnosis click on "diagnosis confirmation".
5. If you cannot find the abnormality click on "a little help" to be pointed toward the abnormality. Go back to step 3.

Gastrointestinal Radiographs

Test your Diagnostic Skills!

Case 1
 

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Case 2
 

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Case 3
 

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Case 4
 

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Case 5
 

  diagnossis confirmation

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Case 6
 

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Case 7
 

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Case 8
 

 diagnosis confirmation

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Case 9
 

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Case 10
 

 

  diagnosis confirmation

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Case 11
 

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Case 12
 

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Case 13
 

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Case 14
 

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Case 15
 

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Case 16
 

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Case 17
 

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Case 18
 

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Case 19
 

  diagnosis confirmation

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Case 20
 

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Case 21
 

  diagnosis confirmation

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Case 22
 

  diagnosis confirmation

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