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Role of clinical and CT findings in the identification of adult small-bowel intussusception requiring surgical intervention

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Dollinger, Marco ; Bäumler, Wolfgang ; Brunner, Stefan M. ; Stroszczynski, Christian ; Georgieva, Martina ; Müller, Karolina ; Schicho, Andreas ; Müller-Wille, René
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 07 Feb 2022 17:10


Background: In adults, intussusception has been considered traditionally to have an underlying aetiology. The aim of this study was to determine CT and clinical features of small-bowel intussusceptions that required surgical intervention. Methods: Adult patients were identified in whom small-bowel intussusceptions were noted on CT images. The appearance, number, type (enteroenteric versus ...


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