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Figure 7 (A and B): Magnetic resonance enterography of classical Crohn's disease. T2-weighted fat saturated coronal MR image (A) and postcontrast coronal T1-weighted fat saturated image (B) showing asymmetric wall thickening of two segments of an ileal loop (straight arrows) with sacculations along antemesenteric border in-between (arrow heads), prominent mesenteric vascularity (asterisk in B), and multiple small mesenteric nodes (curved arrows)

Figure 7 (A and B): Magnetic resonance enterography of classical Crohn's disease. T2-weighted fat saturated coronal MR image (A) and postcontrast coronal T1-weighted fat saturated image (B) showing asymmetric wall thickening of two segments of an ileal loop (straight arrows) with sacculations along antemesenteric border in-between (arrow heads), prominent mesenteric vascularity (asterisk in B), and multiple small mesenteric nodes (curved arrows)