Season 6 Case 6

Season 6 Case 6

Case 6

History: abdominal pain


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Case 6 Answer

Different view, same case.

Answer: entero-enteric intussusception

The axial image shows the classic “target sign” while the coronal cine shows the extent very well

Reference: https://radiopaedia.org/articles/intussusception

In my experience these are the classic example of the more you look, the more you’ll find. They are commonly transient ( https://radiopaedia.org/articles/transient-intussusception) and I don’t tend to get worried until I start seeing secondary signs (obstruction, bowl wall thickening/edema, etc). I’ve counted up to 5 in a single patient!