Case Report

Magnetic Resonance Enterography: The Test of Choice in Diagnosing Intestinal “Zebras”

Figure 8

Axial (a) and coronal (b) partial-Fourier images through the pelvis show longitudinal bowel-in-bowel appearance with mesenteric fat and vessels being drawn into the intussusception. Sections through the lead point, edematous polyp, shown on axial images (c). Coronal section clearly delineates a T2 hyperintense, hypovascular, lead point (d).