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Case Report

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

Figure 2

Contrast-enhanced CT, portal venous phase, multiplanar reconstructions (coronal plane, (a), and paracoronal plane, (b)). The same features described in (a) can be appreciated: the dilated stomach and small bowel loops (full arrows), the right colon, intussusceptum (empty arrows), the left colon, intussuscipiens (thin arrows), the colonic lipoma (full arrowheads), and the collapsed left colon distal to the lipoma (empty arrowheads).

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