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Differential Diagnosis For CT Scan/CTA Abdomen Abnormal: Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders

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List of current finding(s):

Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders: next: Vascular Causes
Gastric ulcer
Bile duct obstruction
Choledocholithiasis
Cholelithiasis
Ectopic pregnancy
Extrahepatic biliary obstruction
Gallstone ileus
Gastroduodenal perforation
Hemoperitoneum
Intestinal/bowel obstruction
Obstruction, cystic duct
Penetrating duodenal ulcer
Perforated duodenal ulcer
Small bowel obstruction
Stomach, perforation
Ureterolithiasis (kidney stone)
Ascites
Cholelithiasis/Bilirubin gall stone
Diverticulosis, colon
Hydroureter
Kidney stone in renal pelvis
Kidney stone/Uric acid/Urates
Stomach foreign body
Ureter obstruction
Duodenum diverticulum
Gallbladder sludge/cholesterolosis
Bowel stricture
Cecum diverticulum/diverticulitis
Colon/sigmoid perforation
Duodenum stenosis
Fistula, Aorticoduodenal (Aorticoenteric)
Fistula, duodenum
Fistula, gastroduodenal
Fistula, intestine/colon cutaneous
Gallbladder, hydrops
Intestine, perforation
Intussusception
Leaking pancreatic pseudocyst
Liver hematoma/hemorrhage
Obstruction, common duct
Pancreatic duct/stone
Retroperitoneal hemorrhage
Ureteral clot
Uterus rupture, pregnant
Aneurysm, abdominal anastamotic
Aortic dilatation/ectasia
Duodenal hematoma
Fistula, duodenal, internal
Gastric varices
Kidney stone/cystine
Kidney, foreign body
Liver, subcapsular hematoma
Multiple small bowel diverticula
Obstruction of ampulla of Vater
Renal arteriovenous fistula
Renal hematoma
Retroperitoneal hematoma
Spleen hematoma
Splenic subcapsular hematoma
Ulcer, duodenal/obstructive
Ureter varix/varices
Blood clot/stomach
Gastric scar/corrosive burn recovered
Liver, cysts, non-parasitic
Lymphatic obstruction, intestinal
Pancreatic pseudocyst
Ureter diverticulum
Spleen cyst
Extrinsic Colon Compression
Gastric Diverticulum
Hematoma Bowel Wall
Hemosuccus Pancreatitis
Liver Cyst
Perforated Cecum
Polycystic disease/acquired
Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction/UJO
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