|1. Boerhaave's syndrome. If the tear is superficial and limited to the
mucosa, it is called Mallory- Weiss syndrome.
2. A thin lucent line (1 mm wide) across the neck of the gastric ulcer, it represents the
intact but undercut mucosa around the mouth of a benign ulcer.
3. They are ulcers seen along the dependent part of stomach along the greater curvature,
usually following ingestion of tablets (aspirin / NSAIDs) which gravitate and lead to
4. In the duodenum, hyperplasia of these glands may produce a cobblestone appearance on Ba
5. Wall of the gall bladder may get affected by chronic inflammatory disease, and may
undergo calcification - called porcelain GB, has a strong predisposition toward
6. Polyposis coli, alopecia, dystrophic nails, brown skin
7. Bilbao-Dotter tube.
8. Dilated intra hepatic biliary radicles, classified as Type V choledochal cyst (Todani's
classification) - leads to biliary stasis and stone formation.
9. Gardener's syndrome
10. Non-Beta cell tumor of pancreas - associated with increased production of gastrin,
leading to ulcer disease involving stomach and small bowel.
11. Bowel (usually large bowel) interposed between liver and dome of diaphragm giving rise
to a false appearance of gas under diaphragm.
12. Echinococcus granulosus
14. Ducts of Wirsung and Santorini
15. Duodenal atresia.
16. Necrotizing enterocilitis.
17. Adenomyomatosis of the gall bladder.
18. Malabsorption disorders - usually celiac disease, Wipples, primary lymphoma and
chronic ulcerative enteritis.
19. Bull's eye (target lesion)
20. Esophageal web