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|Title:||Oesophageal dissection: contrast studies and CT in diagnosis and monitoring|
|Citation:||Australasian Radiology, 2003; 47(2):198-201|
|Abstract:||Oesophageal dissection with intramural haematoma formation can be difficult to diagnose. Endoscopy can be diagnostic, but imaging techniques including computed tomography and contrast swallows can both accurately demonstrate a dissection and exclude many other pathologies. A case utilizing both imaging modalities to diagnose and monitor the condition in a patient with a bleeding disorder is presented.|
|Keywords:||barium swallow; computed tomography; intramural haematoma; oesophageal dissection.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Medicine publications|
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