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With high resolution ultrasound, the intestinal wall layers appear so well demarcated…
Always important to locate the lumen of bowel loops to evaluate the layers on each side; in a young cat, Peyer’s patches are particularly visible in the distal jejunum and ileum…not to be confused with invagination. 

Also, the absence of fluid/gas accumulation orad to the site excludes mechanical obstruction.

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Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency

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Flexor tendinopathy in two dogs

Adenomatous polyp in a cat

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