02 February 2022>: Articles
Unknown etiology, Challenging differential diagnosisIbuki Kurihara A* , Keiji Hirai E , Susumu Ookawara A , Akira Tanaka C , Tsuneaki Kenzaka A , Hitoshi Sugawara A
Am J Case Rep 2022; 23:e934688
Figure 3. (A) A macroscopic view of the ileocecal area showing discontinuously dark red (arrowheads) ascending and transverse colon. Compared with the colon, the color of the small intestine was preserved. (B) Histological examination of the colon in hematoxylin and eosin stain at 100-fold magnification, showing bleeding, congestion, infiltration of neutrophils, and empty epithelial cysts.