Darmultraschall mit Schwerpunkt chronisch entzündlicher Darmerkrankungen – wie hilfreich? View Full Text


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2018-11-15

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Wolfgang Sturm

ABSTRACT

Gastrointestinal ultrasound has become firmly established in the diagnostic imaging of patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The inexpensive, widely available ultrasound is seen to be complementary to other diagnostic procedures, and should be used as the primary imaging procedure along with endoscopy because of its lack of radiation and its immediate availability. According to guidelines, monitoring of disease activity should be performed primarily with high-resolution ultrasound. Extraintestinal complications of IBD, such as abscess or fistula, should be properly diagnosed with the aid of ultrasound or by MRI. Owing to radiation exposure in the often younger IBD patients, CT should only be used in the event of the failure of other imaging procedures or in an emergency. Significant differential diagnoses can be secured in the hands of an experienced sonographer. More... »

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104-111

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