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Limitations Of Radiology In The Differentiation Of Diverticulitis And Diverticulosis Of The Colon
T. G. Parks, A. M. Connell, A. D. Gough and J. O. Y. Cole
The British Medical Journal
Vol. 2, No. 5702 (Apr. 18, 1970), pp. 136-138
Published by: BMJ
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20383400
Page Count: 3
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While barium enema is the most useful investigation in the primary diagnosis of diverticular disease of the colon, this paper presents further evidence that the terms "diverticulosis" and "diverticulitis" are unsatisfactory and shows that a radiological classification on the traditional criteria is not accurate in determining whether or not inflammation is associated with colonic diverticula.
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