haustration

haustration

 [haws-tra´shun]
1. the formation of a haustrum.
2. a haustral contraction.

haus·tra·tion

(haw'strā'shŭn),
1. The process of formation of a haustrum.
2. An increase in prominence of the haustra.

haus·tra·tion

(haws-trā'shŭn)
1. The process of formation of a haustrum.
2. An increase in prominence of the haustra.
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HAUSTRATION, SEEN ENDOSCOPICALLY

haustration

(hos-trā′shŏn) [ haustrum]
The presence of a segment or recess, esp. in the bowel.
See: illustration
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Supine abdominal X-ray showed narrowed colon and loss of haustration so-called "lead-pipe colon", which was consistent with repeated mucosal inflammatory process (Fig.
The reason may be that fecal residue became buried in the proximal colon which has deep haustration, potentially compromising photo precision.
Cut section showed blackish haustration over nodular area and rest of placenta was normal looking.
Sometimes, at the anteroposterior X-rays can be found some non-specific signs as loss of haustration and dilation of colon
(34,35) Colonic findings in GVHD include luminal narrowing, wall thickening, and loss of haustration. Evaluation with MDCT may demonstrate diffuse wall thickening and luminal narrowing of both the small and large bowel.
In the chronic phase, wall thickening, marked loss of haustration and colonic shortening can also occur.
MRI characteristics of ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn's disease (CD) UC CD Submucosal stripe + - Full thickness enhancement - + Skip lesions - + Abscesses - + Fistula - + Involvement terminal ileum [+ or -] + Fibrofatty proliferation - + Wall thickening + + Increased wall enhancement + + Increased signal intensity (SI) of mucosa - + Increased SI of pericolic fat + + Comb sign + + Enlarged lymph nodes [+ or -] + Loss of haustration + [+ or -] Extension from rectum to proximal + - Table 2.