Comb sign in Crohn's disease
Abdominal pain in a known patient with Crohn's disease.
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There is a long segment of distal small bowel thickening along with engorgement of the adjacent mesenteric vessels and mild fat stranding inferring comb sign.
A few small cysts are seen at the liver less than 5 mm.
A little amount of free fluid is present in the pelvis.
Degenerative changes as osteophytosis are seen at the lumbar spine.