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Fig. 24 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 24

From: Many faces of acute bowel ischemia: overview of radiologic staging

Fig. 24

A 68 y/o male with warfarin toxicity was admitted to the ER with left-sided abdominal pain and tenderness for 2 days. ae Circumferential mural thickening (thick arrows) with intramural hyperdensity (dotted arrows) is noted in jejunum suggestive of intramural hemorrhage. Additionally, there is an area of hypoenchancing mural thickening (thin arrows) adjacent to the same segment, favoring intermediate to late-stage bowel ischemia. f This was confirmed intraoperatively

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