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The multislice CT scan showed a transition zone with dilated bowel loops proximally and collapsed loops proximally, associated with small perihepatic and perisplenic free fluid (fig 1).
The CT findings were interpreted by the radiologist as complete small bowel obstruction due to a possible ileal volvulus or internal hernia. The CT did not show bowel wall thickening. The patient was taken to the …