A case of Crohn's disease was complicated by enterovenous fistulization (ileum to superior mesenteric vein) with septic manifestations. The fistulization was diagnosed by the observation of gas in the liver and by the opacification of mesenteric veins following a barium meal.
(JAMA 239:130-132, 1978)
Reiner L, Freed A, Bloom A. Enterovenous Fistulization in Crohn's Disease. JAMA. 1978;239(2):130–132. doi:10.1001/jama.1978.03280290050021
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