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Maglinte et al / Radiol Clin N Am 41 (2003) 213–229 If only a segment of the right colon has been removed, infusion should be antegrade, because the long length of the remaining colon prevents adequate infusion pressure to challenge the distensibility of the entire small bowel and duodenum. Even with a background of prior colon surgery, if the indication is for small bowel obstruction, an antegrade approach is preferred. A long decompression tube can be used for suction if the small bowel is obstructed.

14] Maglinte DDT, Kelvin FM, Rowe MG, et al. Smallbowel obstruction: optimizing radiologic investigation [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] 229 and nonsurgical management. Radiology 2001;218: 37 – 46. Maglinte DDT, Stevens LH, Hall RC, et al. Dual-purpose tube for enteroclysis and nasogastric – nasoenteric decompression. Radiology 1992;185:281 – 2. Maglinte DDT, Kelvin FM, Micon LT, et al. Nasointestinal tube for decompression or enteroclysis: experience with 150 patients.

7E). Extensive edema is not a typical feature in Crohn’s disease. A target pattern can also be observed on gadolinium-enhanced T1-weighted images in patients with Crohn’s disease (see Fig. 6B) but this is a nonspecific Fig. 6. Different morphologic patterns of Crohn’s disease. The upper image in (A) shows the target pattern, which consists of a central high signal from the fluid-filled lumen, encircled by a thin low signal intensity inner ring, a thicker medium signal intensity intermediate ring, and a thin low signal intensity outer ring.

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