Abnormal calcification can be used to make a diagnosis in the following conditions:
■ calcified aortic aneurysm;
■ calcified gallstones;
■ renal/ureteric stones;
■ pancreas: chronic pancreatitis (Fig. 2.40);
■ appendolith: appendicitis;
■ liver calcification: granuloma, old abscess, some metastases;
■ uterine fibroids.
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