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According to angiographic features, the impression was intussusception, and the tumour stain (white arrows, fig 1B) was considered to be the lead point. The engorged ileocecal artery (arrows, fig 1A), voluminous bowel shadow (black arrows, fig 1B), and venous drainage (arrowheads, fig 1B) implied stigmata of right colon cancer with …

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