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Fig. 4-139. Metastatic seeding in the sigmoid mesocolon from gastric carcinoma.

Circumferential invasion has occurred but the predominant effect can be identified on the superior contour of the sigmoid colon.

(Reproduced from Meyers et al.44)

Wierd Stuff

Fig. 4-140. Metastatic seeding in the sigmoid mesocolon from pancreatic carcinoma.

Double-contrast study demonstrates that seeded deposits accompanied by desmoplastic reaction result in mass compression with tethered mucosal folds on the superior border of the sigmoid colon (arrows). At one point, the process has become annular (curved arrow). (Courtesy of Stephen Rubesin, M.D., Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.)

Fig. 4-140. Metastatic seeding in the sigmoid mesocolon from pancreatic carcinoma.

Double-contrast study demonstrates that seeded deposits accompanied by desmoplastic reaction result in mass compression with tethered mucosal folds on the superior border of the sigmoid colon (arrows). At one point, the process has become annular (curved arrow). (Courtesy of Stephen Rubesin, M.D., Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.)

Right Paracolic Gutter Mass

Fig. 4-141. Seeding in right paracolic gutter from ovarian carcinoma.

Metastatic mass displaces the lateral aspect of the ascending colon (arrows).

Right Paracolic Gutter

Fig. 4—142. Metastatic seeding in right paracolic gutter from ovarian carcinoma.

Double-contrast study demonstrates infiltration of the lateral contour of the ascending colon (arrows). (Reprinted with permission from Laufer I, Levine MS: Double-Contrast Gastrointestinal Radiology. WB Saunders, Philadelphia, 1992.)

Fig. 4-141. Seeding in right paracolic gutter from ovarian carcinoma.

Metastatic mass displaces the lateral aspect of the ascending colon (arrows).

Fig. 4—142. Metastatic seeding in right paracolic gutter from ovarian carcinoma.

Double-contrast study demonstrates infiltration of the lateral contour of the ascending colon (arrows). (Reprinted with permission from Laufer I, Levine MS: Double-Contrast Gastrointestinal Radiology. WB Saunders, Philadelphia, 1992.)

Tubo Ovarian With Paracolic Gutter

Fig. 4-143. Intraperitoneal seeding in right paracolic gutter from ovarian carcinoma.

A cystic metastatic implant (arrows) indents the lateral aspect of the ascending colon. Ascites is present.

(Courtesy of Michiel Feldberg, M.D., University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.)

Fig. 4-143. Intraperitoneal seeding in right paracolic gutter from ovarian carcinoma.

A cystic metastatic implant (arrows) indents the lateral aspect of the ascending colon. Ascites is present.

(Courtesy of Michiel Feldberg, M.D., University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.)

Fig. 4—144. Seeded ovarian carcinoma in the right paracolic gutter.

Gadolinium-enhanced fat-suppressed Tl-weighted MR image demonstrates the implant with heterogeneous speckled enhancement (arrow). (Reproduced from Semelka et al.59)

Fig. 4—145. Intraperitoneal seeding in the right paracolic gutter from gastric carcinoma.

Nodular masses displace the ascending colon anteriorly and medially, and cause angulated fixation of a small bowel loop. (Reproduced from Meyers and McSweeney.1)

Ferrets Playing The Snow

Fig. 4—147. Seeded deposit in Morison's pouch from ovarian carcinoma.

Sagittal gadolinium-enhanced Tl-weighted MR image displays an implant discretely in Morison's pouch (arrow). (Reproduced from Forstner et al.109)

Fig. 4-146. Intraperitoneal seeding in Morison's pouch from ovarian carcinoma.

MRI, T1-weighted sagittal image, demonstrates a prominent implant in the right posterior subhepatic space (arrow).

(Reproduced from Chou et al.102)

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