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Case 9.1.2 Intussusception


Intussusception:
Intussusception
Intussusception:
Ileocecal intussusception in a 3 year old
Intussusception:
Intussusception with multiple enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes
Intussusception:
Ileocecal intussusception with small bowel obstruction and free peritoneal fluid
Intussusception:
Intussusception with a target like mass in the right abdomen and dilatated small bowel loops
Intussusception:
Intussusception
Intussusception:
Intussusception and enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes. There is a normal vascularized bowel wall.
Intussusception:
Intussusception and enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes
Intussusception:
Intussusception and small bowel dilatation (ileus)
Intussusception:
Intussusception with a thickened wall, enlarged lymphe nodes and a normal slightly edematous appendix. Because the intussusception could not ...
Intussusception:
Intussusception ileocecal and ileo/ileal. A hydrostatic reduction was not possible and the patient was surgically treated
Case of the month March 2009: Intussusception:
Small bowel intussusception that spontaneous disappeared in a few hours
Intussusception:
Small bowel intussusception in a 12 year old girl
Intussusception:
Small bowel intussusceptions with intussusceptions at 2 different sites
Intussusception:
Henoch Schonlein purpura with small bowel wall thickening and intermittent small bowel intussusceptions
Pitfall:
Ileocecal thickened bowel wall and stenosis caused by a strand after a previous appendectomy mimicking an intussusception
Pitfall:
Appendicitis with a massively thickened > 2,5 cm turned up appendix that in transverse direction mimics an intussusception
Intussusception:
Intussusception
Intussusception:
Ileocecal intussusception in a 3 year old
Intussusception:
Intussusception with multiple enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes
Intussusception:
Ileocecal intussusception with small bowel obstruction and free peritoneal fluid
Intussusception:
Intussusception with a target like mass in the right abdomen and dilatated small bowel loops
Intussusception:
Intussusception
Intussusception:
Intussusception and enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes. There is a normal vascularized bowel wall.
Intussusception:
Intussusception and enlarged mesenteric lymphe nodes
Intussusception:
Intussusception and small bowel dilatation (ileus)
Intussusception:
Intussusception with a thickened wall, enlarged lymphe nodes and a normal slightly edematous appendix. Because the intussusception could not ...
Intussusception:
Intussusception ileocecal and ileo/ileal. A hydrostatic reduction was not possible and the patient was surgically treated
Case of the month March 2009: Intussusception:
Small bowel intussusception that spontaneous disappeared in a few hours
Intussusception:
Small bowel intussusception in a 12 year old girl
Intussusception:
Small bowel intussusceptions with intussusceptions at 2 different sites
Intussusception:
Henoch Schonlein purpura with small bowel wall thickening and intermittent small bowel intussusceptions
Pitfall:
Ileocecal thickened bowel wall and stenosis caused by a strand after a previous appendectomy mimicking an intussusception
Pitfall:
Appendicitis with a massively thickened > 2,5 cm turned up appendix that in transverse direction mimics an intussusception
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