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CT. colon may become fibrotic, with loss of haustral pattern and even pseudodiverticula formation. This fibrosis can be multifocal in nature. However, in at least 50% of cases healing will be complete without stricture. 3. Splenic flexure. 4. Carcinoma of the colon. Cross-Reference Gastrointestinal Imaging: THE REQUISITES, ed 3, p 298. Comments Ischemic bowel disease is a common clinical problem, especially in the elderly. Most often it is produced by low flow to the intestines, which occurs in patients who are in hypotensive states, those who are experiencing cardiac failure, and patients who have just had surgery, as well as in those with other conditions.
3. Which inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is most likely to cause fistula formation? 4. Which IBD has the greatest risk for malignancy?
Rarely, the condition is seen in patients with pulmonary disease who also develop pneumatosis in other parts of the gastrointestinal tract. Patients who ingest corrosive agents in an attempt to commit suicide also can develop this complication, which heralds necrosis of the gastric wall. As is true of other radiologic findings, the clinical history is the most important factor in establishing the correct diagnosis. Notes 52 CASE 29 A B C 1. Describe the findings on the shown images. 2. What is most common type of malignancy seen in the esophagus?