PMID: 10197092Apr 10, 1999Paper

Radiology of the duodenum

Hospital Medicine
E R Darrah, D J Nolan


Radiological imaging techniques play an important role in the diagnosis of duodenal disorders. The radiological appearances of a variety of interesting but uncommon disorders that involve the duodenum, particularly the duodenal loop, are reviewed.


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