Intestinal tuberculosis is often divided into ulcer type and proliferative type. X-ray small bowel sputum angiography "jump sign" is a characteristic X manifestation of ulcerative intestinal tuberculosis.

Basic Information

Specialist classification: Digestive examination classification: X-ray

Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: fasting

Tips: Pay attention to the normal diet, pay attention to normal work and rest, and prevent endocrine disorders. Normal value

The normal tincture is well filled.

Clinical significance

Intestinal tuberculosis is often divided into ulcer type and proliferative type. X-ray small bowel sputum angiography "jump sign" is a characteristic X manifestation of ulcerative intestinal tuberculosis.

Abnormal result

1. The performance of ulcerative colon tuberculosis

(1) "jumping" signing agent can not stay normally in the lesion area, and is quickly driven to the distal intestine, the lesion area is thin line, or no sputum filling, while the upper and lower intestines are filled as usual; (2) The iliac crest of the intestinal tract in the lesion area, the mucosal folds are disordered and destroyed, and small punctate or small thorn-like sputum is visible outside the intestine; (3) intestinal movement is often accelerated.

2. Proliferative intestinal tuberculosis sputum showed stenosis and shortening of the cecum and ascending colon, and the distal ileum was deformed, and the small polypoid filling defect was seen, and the mucosal fold disappeared.

The people in need of examination have patients with suspected ulcerative colonic tuberculosis and proliferative intestinal tuberculosis.

Precautions

Forbidden before examination: pay attention to normal diet, pay attention to normal work and rest, and prevent endocrine disorders.

Requirements for inspection: Actively cooperate with the doctor's request.

Inspection process

Intestinal tuberculosis - medical imaging x-ray angiography: multiple secondary to tuberculosis, intestinal tuberculosis occurs in the ileocecal area, followed by empty, ileum. Often associated with peritoneal tuberculosis and mesenteric lymph node tuberculosis. Contrast was performed with tincture. The tincture is irritating in the intestinal segment of the lesion, and the emptying is rapid and the filling is poor. On the lesion, the lower intestine is filled with good tincture.

Not suitable for the crowd

Generally no taboos.

Adverse reactions and risks

Generally not.