Magen

  • E. Trüber
  • K. Jessen
Part of the Klinische Radiologie book series (KLINRAD)

Zusammenfassung

Die Röntgendiagnostik des Magens erfaßt Niveauunterschiede der Magenschleimhaut. Anhand dieser Information lassen sich Rückschlüsse auf spezielle Krankheitsbilder ziehen. Die röntgenologische Doppelkontrasttechnik liefert ein zweidimensionales Reliefbild mit Erhöhungen (Areae gastricae), longitudinalen Füllungsdefekten (Rugae) und Vertiefungen (Sulci interareolares). Der Doppelkontrast entsteht durch die gleichzeitige Anwendung eines positiven und eines negativen Kontrastmittels (Bariumsulfat und Luft). Der Kontrastmittelpool wird zur Benetzung der Innenwand des relaxierten und durch Gas gedehnten Magens verwendet. Die Detailbeurteilung erlaubt es, Veränderungen bis zu einer Größe von 2–3 mm zu erfassen.

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