A case of a solitary short ischaemic stenosis of the small bowel is presented and the literature reviewed. An ischaemic segmental stenosis of the small bowel is a rare lesion, but can lead to acute or subacute obstructive symptoms. A well conducted small bowel enteroclysis is the diagnostic modality of choice in such a case, which may require surgical resection after the diagnosis is made.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging