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Figure 5 (A-C): A case of superior mesenteric artery thrombosis, treated with bypass graft, presented with hematochezia. Axial plain (A) and contrast-enhanced CT scans in the arterial (B), and venous (C) phases show leak of contrast from the graft into the small bowel through a graft-enteric fistula (arrow)

Figure 5 (A-C): A case of superior mesenteric artery thrombosis, treated with bypass graft, presented with hematochezia. Axial plain (A) and contrast-enhanced CT scans in the arterial (B), and venous (C) phases show leak of contrast from the graft into the small bowel through a graft-enteric fistula (arrow)