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Schistosomiasis Japonicum

Tillman BGT - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Schistosomiasis Japonicum

History: A 51-year-old woman presents with chronic left flank and pelvic pain. Her past medical history is remarkable for a remote liver biopsy. She reports prior travel to several Asian countries. Surgical history is notable for a prior cesarean section.

Findings: Abdominal radiography showed subtle curvilinear densities overlying in the left lower quadrant and central within the pelvis. This was confirmed on intravenous contrast-enhanced abdominopelvic CT to be the caused by thin mucosal surface calcifications within the descending and sigmoid colons. Incidental note is made of thin right hepatic lobe capsule calcifications.

Ddx: • Schistosomiasis Japonicum • Tuberculosis (TB) • Alkaline encrustation cystitis • Primary amyloidosis • Radiation

Dxhow: Liver Biopsy

Exam: The physical examination shows a nondistended abdomen and nonspecific lower abdominal pain and was otherwise noncontributory. Abdominal radiography and CT of the abdomen and pelvis were obtained.

No MeSH data available.


Magnified AP abdominal radiographic image shows that these densities may be thin linear calcifications that have a tram track-like appearance (arrows).
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Schistosomiasis Japonicum

Tillman BGT - MedPix (2006)

Magnified AP abdominal radiographic image shows that these densities may be thin linear calcifications that have a tram track-like appearance (arrows).
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MPX1706_synpic30044: Magnified AP abdominal radiographic image shows that these densities may be thin linear calcifications that have a tram track-like appearance (arrows).

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Schistosomiasis Japonicum

History: A 51-year-old woman presents with chronic left flank and pelvic pain. Her past medical history is remarkable for a remote liver biopsy. She reports prior travel to several Asian countries. Surgical history is notable for a prior cesarean section.

Findings: Abdominal radiography showed subtle curvilinear densities overlying in the left lower quadrant and central within the pelvis. This was confirmed on intravenous contrast-enhanced abdominopelvic CT to be the caused by thin mucosal surface calcifications within the descending and sigmoid colons. Incidental note is made of thin right hepatic lobe capsule calcifications.

Ddx: • Schistosomiasis Japonicum • Tuberculosis (TB) • Alkaline encrustation cystitis • Primary amyloidosis • Radiation

Dxhow: Liver Biopsy

Exam: The physical examination shows a nondistended abdomen and nonspecific lower abdominal pain and was otherwise noncontributory. Abdominal radiography and CT of the abdomen and pelvis were obtained.

No MeSH data available.