Small bowel imaging procedures

  • D. Regent


Optimizing the timeline of the various available procedures is a major problem when studying the small intestine. Maximum efficiency, rendering the most accurate diagnosis in a minimal time with minimum “aggressiveness” toward the patient and the lowest cost for the community is the goal to reach.


Small Bowel Superior Mesenteric Artery Plain Film Parietal Lesion Comb Sign 
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Suggested reading

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