Pictorial review. CT of duodenal pathology

The British Journal of Radiology
Rivka ZissinM Shapiro-Feinberg


This pictorial review presents the CT findings in different pathological entities of the duodenum. The aim of the article is to demonstrate the contribution of a common imaging modality, i.e. abdominal CT, in the diagnosis of various duodenal disorders.


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