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Figure 2: (a) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography of abdomen (with oral and intravenous iodinated contrast media) showing evidence of air and contrast material in the common bile duct shown in axial (arrows in a and b) and coronal sections (arrow in c). (d and e) Coronal and sagittal sections showing dilatation of small bowel loops with air-fluid levels and a round-to-oval hyperdense lesion (arrows) in the distal ileal loop is noted at the transition point. Distal to the transition point, small bowel loops are collapsed

Figure 2: (a) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography of abdomen (with oral and intravenous iodinated contrast media) showing evidence of air and contrast material in the common bile duct shown in axial (arrows in a and b) and coronal sections (arrow in c). (d and e) Coronal and sagittal sections showing dilatation of small bowel loops with air-fluid levels and a round-to-oval hyperdense lesion (arrows) in the distal ileal loop is noted at the transition point. Distal to the transition point, small bowel loops are collapsed