Ultrasonographic appearance of adult intussusception

Radiology
D L WeissbergG R Leopold

Abstract

A gray scale ultrasound evaluation of a case of adult intussusception is presented. The observed "target-like" abdominal mass, with central dense echoes and peripheral sonolucency, may be characteristic of this entity. A primary bowel or intestinal loop process should be considered when a lesion with this appearance is encountered.

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