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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Diagnosis of small bowel Crohn's disease: a prospective comparison of capsule endoscopy with magnetic resonance imaging and fluoroscopic enteroclysis.

 Patients’ acceptance of the investigation. Psychological stress during the investigation on a scale from 0 (no stress) to 10 (unbearable stress). n = 22.

J G Albert, et al. Gut. 2005 December;54(12):1721-1727.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Diagnosis of small bowel Crohn's disease: a prospective comparison of capsule endoscopy with magnetic resonance imaging and fluoroscopic enteroclysis.

 (A, B) Magnetic resonance imaging findings. Inflammation of a distal small bowel segment (A, B) and enhancement after application of contrast medium (B). Subcritical stricture with slight dilation of proximal bowel segment (arrowheads).

J G Albert, et al. Gut. 2005 December;54(12):1721-1727.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Diagnosis of small bowel Crohn's disease: a prospective comparison of capsule endoscopy with magnetic resonance imaging and fluoroscopic enteroclysis.

 (A–C) Capsule endoscopy findings in small bowel Crohn’s disease: ulcerous lesions in the middle small bowel (A), aphthae (B), and fissural lesion (C).

J G Albert, et al. Gut. 2005 December;54(12):1721-1727.

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