X-ray diagnostics of diseases of the small intestine. Enterography (36 hours)
Relevance: patients with diseases of the small intestine often have similar complaints, which often occur hidden or under the guise of a disease of another organ or system. Diagnosis of diseases of the small intestine is the most difficult of the sections of radiology, especially if the patient has undergone surgery on the small intestine. Despite the introduction of new diagnostic methods, such as computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, enterography remains an important research method.
As part of the course, we:
- Let's analyze the X-ray anatomy and motility of the non-operated and operated small intestine;
- Let's study the technique of X-ray examination of the small intestine;
- We will study the radiological signs of Crohn's disease, congenital anomalies, non-inflammatory diseases and tumors of the small intestine;
- Let's analyze the radiological signs of internal abdominal hernias.
- Let's study the errors in the interpretation of enterography.
Training base: Radiological Department of the State Medical University of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences named after A. S. Loginov DZM
Internship Supervisor: N. V. Orlova, Head of the Radiological Department, Pavlov M. V.-radiologist of the State Medical Institution of the Moscow State Scientific Research Center named after A. S. Loginov DZM