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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
 

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  • 1,,,Axial CTE image showing severe inflammatory changes in the terminal ileum: marked mucosal enhancement (solid arrow), wall thickening (arrow head), engorgement of vasa recta or comb sign (broken arrows). Luminal stenosis is also seen. This lesion was scored as CTE inflammation (3), fibrostenosis (1).Surgical specimen from the patient in Figure 1 showing severe inflammation with mild fibrosis (a stiletto is inserted into a fistula tract)…Microscopic view of a section of the specimen in Figure 2 showing severe mucosal and submucosal acute and chronic inflammation with architectural distortion on the left and ulcer on the right.Coronal CTE image of severe fibrostenoticileal disease with mild inflammation. Mild mucosal enhancement, no significant mural stratification, and severe luminal stenosis (solid arrow) are associated with marked prestenotic dilation (broken arrow) and absent comb sign. This lesion was classified as CTE inflammation (1), fibrostenosis (2).Microscopic view of a section of the specimen showed in Figure 4 showing chronic inflammatory infiltrates in the mucosa and submucosa with marked thickening of the bowel wall by fibrous tissue.

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