Case Report

Intestinal Obstruction Caused by Ileocolic and Colocolic Intussusception in an Adult Patient with Cecal Lipoma

Figure 1

Contrast-enhanced CT, portal venous phase, axial images. In (a) the last ileal loop is dilated (full arrow); a part of the right colon and its mesentery (empty arrow) are recognizable inside the left colon (thin arrows). In (b) the section is at a lower level; on the left side, the colonic lipoma (arrowheads) is recognizable as a lobulated lesion with fat-equivalent density and with inner septa. On the right side notice dilated small bowel loops (full arrows) and absence of the right colon.