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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: A causal relationship between right paraduodenal hernia and superior mesenteric artery syndrome: a case report.

Post-operative upper gastrointestinal series shows good passage through the anastomosis.

Tadaomi Fukada, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2010;4:159-159.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: A causal relationship between right paraduodenal hernia and superior mesenteric artery syndrome: a case report.

Operative findings show the unfixed hernia orifice by the side of the ligament of Treitz.

Tadaomi Fukada, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2010;4:159-159.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: A causal relationship between right paraduodenal hernia and superior mesenteric artery syndrome: a case report.

Pre-operative enhanced abdominal multidetector-row computed tomography shows intestinal cluster in the right lateral abdominal cavity. The intestinal wall is edematous and not well-enhanced.

Tadaomi Fukada, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2010;4:159-159.
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Figure 6

Figure 6. From: A causal relationship between right paraduodenal hernia and superior mesenteric artery syndrome: a case report.

Retrospective multiplanar reconstructed enhanced multidetector-row computed tomography images reveal an abnormal cluster of digestive loops in the right lateral abdominal cavity and mesenteric vessel changes such as twisting and stretching.

Tadaomi Fukada, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2010;4:159-159.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: A causal relationship between right paraduodenal hernia and superior mesenteric artery syndrome: a case report.

Upper gastrointestinal series shows: (A) Upper gastrointestinal series shows stricture of the duodenal third portion with a straight line cut-off sign in supine position. (B) In the prone position, the contrast medium passes through the obstructed part to the distal side of duodenal third portion.

Tadaomi Fukada, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2010;4:159-159.
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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: A causal relationship between right paraduodenal hernia and superior mesenteric artery syndrome: a case report.

Reconstructed enhanced multidetector-row computed tomography reveals the following:(A) before the surgical repair of the right paraduodenal hernia, the aorto-mesenteric angle is 44°, and the aorto-mesenteric distance is 28 mm. There are intestinal gas bubbles under the aorto-mesenteric junction. (B) After the repair, the aorto-mesenteric angle has narrowed to 14°, and the aorto-mesenteric distance has shortened to 5 mm. Furthermore, no intestinal gas can be seen under the angle.

Tadaomi Fukada, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2010;4:159-159.

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