Steatorrhea associated with several intestinal anomalies.
Steatorrhea associated with several intestinal anomalies, including segmentation of the small intestine, dilation and redundancy of the colon, faint filling of the gallbladder, and a roentgenological picture of "moulage sign".
- R. Golden:
The small intestine and diarrhea.
American Journal of Roentgenology, Leesburg, Virginia, 1936, 36: 892-901.
- J. L. Kantor:
The roentgen diagnosis of idiopathic steatorrhea and allied conditions. Practical value of the «moulage sign».
American Journal of Roentgenology, Leesburg, Virginia, 1939, 41: 758-778.
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