[Significance of the combination of small intestine enema and ultrasonography in the follow-up of Crohn's disease. Clinical correlations].

@article{Ferrari1992SignificanceOT,
  title={[Significance of the combination of small intestine enema and ultrasonography in the follow-up of Crohn's disease. Clinical correlations].},
  author={Francesco Saverio Ferrari and Lorenzo Monti and Adriano Tiribocchi and Carlo Baldi and S M Giani and P Terrosi Vagnoli},
  journal={La Radiologia medica},
  year={1992},
  volume={83 3},
  pages={260-4}
}
High-resolution US yields important information for the study of Crohn's disease. A more accurate follow-up is possible by the integration of US with radiological and clinical findings. Sixty-two patients with suspected or known Crohn's disease were examined with double-contrast small bowel enema and high-resolution US. The latter allowed the demonstration of such pathologic findings as mesenteric thickness greater than 15 mm, submucosal thickness (third hyperechoic layer greater than 50% of… CONTINUE READING