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Figure 1: Conventional CT (coronal reformat) using positive oral contrast shows long-segment thickening (arrow) in the terminal ileum without cecal involvement and another noncontiguous ileal segment showing wall thickening (outlined arrow) suggestive of Crohn's disease

Figure 1: Conventional CT (coronal reformat) using positive oral contrast shows long-segment thickening (arrow) in the terminal ileum without cecal involvement and another noncontiguous ileal segment showing wall thickening (outlined arrow) suggestive of Crohn's disease