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Figure 9 (A and B): Pseudosacculations in fibrotic CD. Coronal T2-weighted image (A) of MRE study showing wall thickening and multiple segments of luminal narrowing involving the ileal loops (thin arrow). Pseudosacculations are seen along the antimesenteric border (outlined arrow). Axial postcontrast T1-weighted image (B) shows homogeneous wall enhancement of the involved loop. These features are characteristic of fibrostenotic stage of CD

Figure 9 (A and B): Pseudosacculations in fibrotic CD. Coronal T2-weighted image (A) of MRE study showing wall thickening and multiple segments of luminal narrowing involving the ileal loops (thin arrow). Pseudosacculations are seen along the antimesenteric border (outlined arrow). Axial postcontrast T1-weighted image (B) shows homogeneous wall enhancement of the involved loop. These features are characteristic of fibrostenotic stage of CD