Case of the Month March 2014, page 7

Answer: b. There is an ileocolic intussusception in the right lower quadrant. While the small bowel is mildly prominent in caliber, the patient does not have the appearance of a high-grade obstruction.

What is a secondary finding seen in these images?
a) epiploic appendagitis
b) metastatic cancer
c) small bowel polyps
d) bowel perforation

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