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More important for a correct interpretation of the pictures obtained than for the technical execution of the examination is a thorough knowledge of the anatomical structure of the wall of the small intestine. It is however difficult to differentiate between examination and interpretation, at least when the radiologist is actively involved in both as is the case for gastric and colon examinations.
KeywordsSmall Intestine Lymphatic Vessel Intestinal Wall Muscularis Mucosa Loose Connective Tissue
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