Hydatid disease

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Calcified Echinococcus multilocularis
E. granulosus cysts
E. multilocularis
Multiple calcified E. granulosus cysts
Ruptured hydatid cyst
May Cause
Abnormal proximal femur
Acquired posterior neural arch defect
Annular abdominal calcification
Appendiceal mass
Bile duct narrowing or obstruction
Biliary dilatation without jaundice or obstruction
Biliary obstruction without dilatation
Biliary-enteric fistula
Biliary-pleural fistula
Bowed bones
Budd-Chiari syndrome
Cavitary lung lesion in an infant or child
Chest wall lesion
Chronic nonobstructive small bowel distention
Colon wall thickening
Coxa vara
Curvilinear intracranial calcification
Cystic and saccular lesions of bile ducts with dilatation of intrahepatic bile ducts
Cystic liver lesion
Cystic mesenteric lesion
Cystic soft-tissue tumor
Diffuse hepatic calcifications
Dilated bile ducts
Dilated small bowel with thick mucosal folds
Duodenal narrowing or obstruction
Encephalitis and meningitis
Enlarged iliopsoas muscle
Enlarged intervertebral foramen
Enlarged papilla of vater
Enlarged vertebrae
Extradural lesion with abnormal adjacent bone
Extradural spinal lesion
Extraorbital extracranial lesion extending to the orbit
Focal acoustic shadowing in liver
Focal high-attenuation liver lesion
Focal hypodense liver lesion
Fold thickening of stomach and small bowel
Gas in gallbladder or biliary tract
Gastrointestinal tract thumbprinting
Generalized irregular small bowel folds
Hyperechoic liver
Hyperechoic liver lesion
Hypodense sellar lesion
Hypodense suprasellar lesion
Hypoechoic liver lesion
Hypoenhancing liver lesion
Increased intracranial pressure
Inferior vena cava obstruction
Intestinal obstruction in a child
Intestinal obstruction in an adult
Intestinal pseudo-obstruction
Intracranial lesion with hypointense ring
Intraorbital calcification
Joint-crossing bone lesion
Juxta-articular soft-tissue mass
Liver lesion with calcification
Lucent bone lesion with sclerotic rim
Lung abscess
Lytic vertebral lesion
Midline supratentorial lesion
Multifocal intracranial lesions
Multiple collapsed vertebrae
Multiple expanding rib lesions
Multiple fractures
Multiple hepatic cysts
Multiple intracranial calcification
Multiple pleural masses
Multiple radiolucent bone lesions
Multiple solid liver lesions
Multiple splenic calcifications
Paraspinal soft-tissue mass
Peritoneal disease
Pleural effusion with disease in thorax
Polyostotic bone lesions in adults
Posterior fossa cystic lesion
Posterior vertebral scalloping
Protrusio acetabuli
Radiolucent skull lesion
Rib lesion in a child
Segmental narrowing of colon
Short rib lesion
Solid liver lesion in an older child or adolescent
Solid mesenteric lesion
Solitary collapsed vertebra
Solitary filling defect in colon
Solitary large calcified soft tissue mass adjacent to bone
Solitary osteolytic skull lesion
Terminal ileum lesion
Thickening of bile duct walls
Vertebral pedicle destruction
Well-defined infectious bone lesion
Widespread areas of bone destruction
May Be Caused by
Echinococcus granulosus
Echinococcus multilocularis