CASE OF THE MONTH FOR DIAGNOSIS

CLINICAL HISTORY
 

Quiz Case of October 

A 61 years old Male was referred with Abdominal Pain.

Transverse Ultrasonogram obtained above the level of umbilicus

- With and without color flow mapping is given you to guess the diagnosis

Please send your diagnosis to : manohar@md3.vsnl.net.in

LAST  MONTH'S CASE
 CLINICAL HISTORY
 

                   DIAGNOSIS  OF  PREVIOUS  MONTH'S  CASE

 The answer for the case of September 2000 is Posterior wall Gastric Ulcer.

 
                Longitudinal and Transverse scans of Left hypochondrium
                Shows water filled stomach with large ulcer creatur with Ulcer mound

               On either side of creatur.  Wall thickness at the level of ulcer is
                Markedly increased measuring more than 1.2 cm which could suggest
                Possibility of Malignant Ulcer.

                Subsequent Endoscopic finding confirms the Ultrasound finding and
                Biopsy report came out as Adenocarcinoma of Stomach.

Congratulations to those who have made correct Diagnosis!

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                   Please send  Details of your Name , Degree, Profession , Phone , E - mail Address, Postal  Address and Your Diagnosis   to : manohar@md3.vsnl.net.in
 
 

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