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Fig. 1 | Surgical Case Reports

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From: Diagnosis of incarcerated intramesosigmoid hernia aided by multiplanar reconstruction images of multidetector computed tomography: a case report

Fig. 1

a MDCT showed small bowel obstruction and an incarcerated short loop of the intestine in the left pelvic space (arrows) on the left side of the collapsed sigmoid colon. S sigmoid colon. b Routine sagittal slices of MPR images showed two closely arranged portions of constriction (arrows) and the incarcerated section of the ileum. Narrow belt-shaped fluid retention (asterisk) was found to contact the incarcerated short loop toward the cranial direction, alongside the psoas muscle, indicating that the fluid and the incarcerated small bowel were wrapped together in the mesosigmoid, which was characteristic of IMSH

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