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Case 8229

GIST: a case report.

Author(s)
Ruschi F, Gori G, Caproni G, Caramella D, Bartolozzi C
 
Patient
female, 78 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    US
     

    Nodular lesion with inhomogeneous echoes, partially anechoic, in the epigastrium.

     

    Peripheral vascularity of the lesion.

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
    CT scan
     

    CT examination before intravascular contrast medium: the lesion originates from the wall of the lesser gastric curvature and shows an area that grows into the perigastric fat tissue and an area which displaces gastric...

     

    Arterial phase of enhancement: the lesion exhibits a peripheral enhancement.

     

    Venous phase of enhancement: the lesion exhibits a peripheral enhancement.

     

    MPR reconstruction shows the lesion growing into the perigastric fat tissue with dislocation of adjacent structures but without infiltration.

     
     
     
Nodular lesion with inhomogeneous echoes, partially anechoic, in the epigastrium.
 
Peripheral vascularity of the lesion.
 
CT examination before intravascular contrast medium: the lesion originates from the wall of the lesser gastric curvature and shows an area that grows into the perigastric fat tissue and an area which displaces gastric mucosa.
 
Arterial phase of enhancement: the lesion exhibits a peripheral enhancement.
 
Venous phase of enhancement: the lesion exhibits a peripheral enhancement.
 
MPR reconstruction shows the lesion growing into the perigastric fat tissue with dislocation of adjacent structures but without infiltration.
 
 
 
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