Case Report
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World J Gastroenterol. Aug 7, 2013; 19(29): 4836-4840
Published online Aug 7, 2013. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v19.i29.4836
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Figure 1 Colonoscopy demonstrated multiple ulcers with a segmented pattern in the terminal ileum.
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Figure 2 Radiography of the whole digestive tract showed that the terminal ileal mucosa was thickened and peristalsis was poor.
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Figure 3 Abdominal computed tomography showed mild intestinal dilatation and wall thickening in the terminal ileum (marked with black arrow), and moderate ascites in the abdominal cavity. A: Horizontal slice; B: Coronal slice.
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Figure 4 Multiple intestinal ulcers in the longitudinal section of the resected terminal ileum.
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Figure 5 Histological examination. A: Glands of the small intestinal mucosa were necrotic and exfoliated, with intestinal villous atrophy and ulcer formation [hematoxylin and eosin (HE) stain, × 40]; B: Extensive small lymphocytes and plasma cell infiltration in the lamina propria, submucosa, and serosa of the terminal ileum (HE stain, × 100).