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Figure 10 (A-C): Magnetic resonance enterography showing features of active inflammation in Crohn's disease. Hyperintense signal of thickened bowel wall on T2-weighted images (arrows in A); bowel wall stratification and mucosal enhancement (straight arrows in B) and prominent mesenteric vascularity (curved arrows in B) on post contrast T1-weighted images; restriction of diffusion on diffusion weighted images (arrows in C)

Figure 10 (A-C): Magnetic resonance enterography showing features of active inflammation in Crohn's disease. Hyperintense signal of thickened bowel wall on T2-weighted images (arrows in A); bowel wall stratification and mucosal enhancement (straight arrows in B) and prominent mesenteric vascularity (curved arrows in B) on post contrast T1-weighted images; restriction of diffusion on diffusion weighted images (arrows in C)