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Figure 2. Male 43, with abdominal pain and intermittent vomiting. (A) Partial SBO. Note disproportionate distension of small bowel loops and a change in luminal diameter with narrowing (arrowed) near the right iliac fossa. Colonic gas is present. (B) Partial SBO. Note a short segment of tubular narrowing (arrowed) corresponding to the same area in the PABF. Crohn's or TB or ischemia were suspected. Surgery and history revealed foreign body granuloma. Patient subsequently agreed operation for typhoid perforation several years earlier.

Figure 2. Male 43, with abdominal pain and intermittent vomiting.
(A) Partial SBO. Note disproportionate distension of small bowel loops and a change in luminal diameter with narrowing (arrowed) near the right iliac fossa. Colonic gas is present.
(B) Partial SBO. Note a short segment of tubular narrowing (arrowed) corresponding to the same area in the PABF. Crohn's or TB or ischemia were suspected. Surgery and history revealed foreign body granuloma. Patient subsequently agreed operation for typhoid perforation several years earlier.