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The Roentgen diagnosis of diseases of the alimentary canal

by Russell D. Carman

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Published by Saunders in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Russell D. Carman and Albert Miller
ContributionsMiller, Albert
The Physical Object
Pagination558 p. :
Number of Pages558
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24391834M
LC Control Number17015193
OCLC/WorldCa7927819

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Roentgen Diagnosis of Ascariasis in the Alimentary Tract LT. COL. D. C. Weir, M.C., A.U.S. St. Louis, Mo. Excerpt A scaris lumbricoides infestation occurs throughout the world in tropical and temperate regions, and its occurrence has been reported from arctic areas. Ascariasis is one of the most common helminthic parasitic diseases of man (1). The Roentgen Diagnosis of Gallstone Ileus 1 Thomas W. Dorr, M.D. 2 Evanston Hospital Associatioin, Evanston, Ill. ↵ 2 Resident in Radiology, Evanston Hospital and the Graduate Division of Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Ill. Excerpt There are many communications in the literature describing gallstone or biliary ileus. In the period to .

1. One hundred and seventy-nine cases of cancer involving the esophagus, stomach, colon, and rectum were analyzed for the incidence of constipation. The Author: John L. Kantor. Its physiology is described and the pathology, symptoms and treatment of its organic and functional diseases are carefully considered. In the last three chapters of the book the author discusses aerophagy, under-nutrition, and the rôle of hepatic and pancreatic disease in digestive disorders. In all the book may be said to be well worth reading.


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Book Details. PIBN: ISBN: The Roentgen diagnosis of diseases of the alimentary canal by Carman, Russell D. (Russell Daniel), ; Miller, AlbertPages: Carman, in his book, “The Roentgen Diagnosis of Diseases of the Alimentary Canal,” placed special emphasis on an article by Spriggs and Marxer in The Lancet of This has undoubtedly formed the basis for much of the best work that has been done in roentgen diagnosis of disease of the by: 2.

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Diseases of the Alimentary Tract covers topics about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of several diseases of the alimentary tract. The book describes the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases of the mouth and the esophagus, such as aphthous stomatitis, esophageal disorders, and cancer of the Edition: 1.

In the diseases of the alimentary canal it is chiefly the mucous membrane that we have to deal with, the subjacent structures being usually subordinate and affected secondarily. The serous coat, it is true, is often affected independently its diseases, however, do not belong specially to the alimentary canal.

b) It inhibits defecation in the upper alimentary canal while the anal sphincters do the same in the lower regions.

c) It prevents the movement of bile into the gallbladder. d) It controls the entry of bile and pancreatic juices into the alimentary canal.

Get this from a library. The roentgen diagnosis of diseases of the alimentary canal. [Russell Daniel Carman; Albert Miller]. Genre/Form: Fulltext Internet Resources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carman, Russell Daniel, Roentgen diagnosis of diseases of the alimentary canal.

Interest in this subject dates from work by Otto FRITZ in The appearances described are: first and soon after ingestion of a barium meal a cylindrical filling defect in the jejunum, and later a string-like shadow representing the barium-filled alimentary canal of the ascarids.

" The parasites will not ingest the barium if the patient has eaten prior to drinking the contrast meal."Cited by: Describe the signs and symptoms that are associated with Crohn’s disease and available options for treatment. The patient with Crohn’s disease experiences cramping, abdominal pain, and frequent episodes of diarrhea.

The abdominal pain may be experienced more often in the area of the right lower quadrant of the Size: KB. The pulmonary and the gastro-intestinal syndromes are, however, the most common.

Diagnosis is dependent upon the laboratory demonstration of the ova in the stool specimen, the appearance of the adult worm in the excreta following a vermifuge, or roentgen demonstration of the parasite in the alimentary : Weir Dc.

Akerlund A. Case last year (. published yet) Assmann H. Die Roentgendiagnostik der inneren Erkrankungen Leipzig p. Barclay A.E. THE LANCET ii Carman R.D.

Roentgen Diagnosis of Diseases of the Alimentary Canal 2nd Ed Saunders p. Faulhaber M. Zur Diagnose und Behandlung des chronischen Ulcus pylori Mu ¨ nch. med. The Surgery of the Alimentary Tract provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of the surgery of the alimentary canal and its adnexal organs.

This book examines the selection of operative methods, improvements in the operative method, and the advantages of pre-operative and post-operative Edition: 1. Two cases of terminal ileitis are reported, a typical and an atypical one.

In both cases pre-operative diagnosis was made. In the atypical case a 36 hour delay was demonstrated in the terminal ileum, due to the complicating effect of adhesions around the ileocecal juncture.

Both cases recovered after a successful resection of the diseased by: 6.Functional Diarrhea: An Analysis of the Clinical and Roentgen Manifestations*. Author links open overlay panelCited by: