Intussusception of the bowel: a new sonographic pattern

The British Journal of Radiology
G MontaliL Solbiati


The ultrasonic findings in a case of small bowel intussusception in an adult patient are presented. The sonographic features vary with the scanning plane. Scans along the longitudinal axis of the involved segment show a diagnostic pattern, not previously described: three parallel stripes of low echogenicity delineating two reflective areas.


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