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Fig. 3 | BMC Gastroenterology

Fig. 3

From: Sclerosing mesenteritis and mesenteric panniculitis – clinical experience and radiological features

Fig. 3

A 71 year old female with sclerosing mesenteritis. (Presented as case) There is diffuse increased density in the small bowel mesentery anteriorly in the upper abdomen (arrow). There is also involvement of the greater omentum. No capsule or enlarged lymphnodes are present. Small amounts of ascites is seen in the lateral colonic gutters (small arrows, Fig. 3) In the small pelvis (Fig. 4) there is increased density in the mesentery to the sigmoid colon (arrow)

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