MR Enteroclysis of inflammatory small-bowel diseases

AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology
Bart M WiardaJaap Stoker


MR enteroclysis has been introduced in the workup of small-bowel diseases. The major advantage of this technique over others is the combined visualization of luminal, mural, and extramural abnormalities. In this article we propose an MR enteroclysis protocol, present a stepwise approach for evaluation of these examinations, and discuss the different inflammatory conditions that can be detected. MR enteroclysis can be considered the current first-line imaging technique for inflammatory small-bowel disorders.


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