Large right sided Morgagni hernia I ran across this case of right-sided Morgagni hernia.
Image 1. Barium Enema slide of a female patient with long standing Crohn’s Disease. The descending colon has a short segment which shows asymmetrical puckering (or thumbprinting) of the mucosal surface suggesting an extrinsic invading lesion. There are several strictures visible in the terminal ileum and small bowel (one lies next to the large bowel abnormality) and some of […]
This double contrast barium enema reveals an irregular mucosa and numerous small filled nodules or polypoids throughout the entire colon representative of inflammatory pseudopolyps in long standing Ulcerative Colitis. Also visible are small worm like structures that are small groups of residual mucosa called filiform polyps. Ulcerative Colitis Ulcerative Colitis is one of […]