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Fig. 14.11a-c. Ileo-cecal valve with lobulated polypoid filling defects on: a 2D view; b 3D views (arrows) without symmetry; c soft tissue windows revealed internal soft tissue attenuation (arrow). Endoscopy demonstrated an adenoma of ileo-cecal valve a c

Fig. 14.12a-c. Lipomatous ileo-cecal valves retain benign features, only appearing more bulbous. They possess homogenous fatty internal attenuation and appear smoothly marginated without focal lesions on 3D endo-luminal views

Fig. 14.12a-c. Lipomatous ileo-cecal valves retain benign features, only appearing more bulbous. They possess homogenous fatty internal attenuation and appear smoothly marginated without focal lesions on 3D endo-luminal views a

Fig. 14.13a-c. An inverted appendiceal stump can appear identical to a polyp and is located at the site of prior appendectomy (arrows). Close correlation to patient history of prior inversion-ligation appendectomy and absence of appendix on 2D views are required under these circumstances

Fig. 14.13a-c. An inverted appendiceal stump can appear identical to a polyp and is located at the site of prior appendectomy (arrows). Close correlation to patient history of prior inversion-ligation appendectomy and absence of appendix on 2D views are required under these circumstances a b c b a c ally not the case, and such filling defects require further endoscopic or fluoroscopic evaluation.

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