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Figure 6 (A and B): Axial (A) and coronal (B) computed tomography enterography images of Crohn's disease showing wall thickening, stratification, and abnormal mucosal enhancement in two segments of distal ileum (arrows in A). There is long segment of involvement of distal ileum (arrow in B) with prominent mesenteric vasculature (arrow head). Presence of stratification, abnormal mucosal enhancement, and increased mesenteric vascularity suggest active disease. (C – Cecum)

Figure 6 (A and B): Axial (A) and coronal (B) computed tomography enterography images of Crohn's disease showing wall thickening, stratification, and abnormal mucosal enhancement in two segments of distal ileum (arrows in A). There is long segment of involvement of distal ileum (arrow in B) with prominent mesenteric vasculature (arrow head). Presence of stratification, abnormal mucosal enhancement, and increased mesenteric vascularity suggest active disease. (C – Cecum)