Small bowel vascular disorders from arterial etiology and impaired venous drainage.

@article{Romano2008SmallBV,
  title={Small bowel vascular disorders from arterial etiology and impaired venous drainage.},
  author={Stefania Romano and Raffaella Niola and Franco Maglione and Luigia Romano},
  journal={Radiologic clinics of North America},
  year={2008},
  volume={46 5},
  pages={891-908, vi}
}
Intestinal ischemia of the small bowel represents an important diagnostic question to answer in an emergency. Although some findings could be appreciated with basic imaging methods, the MDCT as a modern noninvasive imaging method could be effective in evaluating intestinal disease caused by superior mesenteric artery or vein occlusion and making a diagnosis of ischemia from low-flow states. Looking at the features of the parietal layers with knowledge of the pathologic mechanism underlying the… CONTINUE READING

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