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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Superior mesenteric arterial branch occlusion causing partial jejunal ischemia: a case report.

Perioperative image of the resected ischemic jejunal segment.

Nele Van De Winkel, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2012;6:48-48.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Superior mesenteric arterial branch occlusion causing partial jejunal ischemia: a case report.

IADSA demonstrating the solitary occlusion of a branch of the superior mesenteric artery.

Nele Van De Winkel, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2012;6:48-48.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Superior mesenteric arterial branch occlusion causing partial jejunal ischemia: a case report.

Enteroclysis, revealing the loss of the normal mucosal pattern of the jejunal segment of the small bowel, suggesting ischemia.

Nele Van De Winkel, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2012;6:48-48.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Superior mesenteric arterial branch occlusion causing partial jejunal ischemia: a case report.

CT of the abdomen after an injection of iodinated contrast material, presenting absent enhancement of the small bowel wall over a segment.

Nele Van De Winkel, et al. J Med Case Reports. 2012;6:48-48.

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