This sign describes the appearance of alternating, edematous haustral
folds that are due to transmural edema and are separated by transverse mucosal clefts filled with oral contrast (Figure 24).
1) The presence of a normal haustral
pattern also supports the sign being a normal variant.
The device can help find lesions located on the proximal aspect of flexures or haustral
folds, panelist Dr.
However, it is well-established from previous research that lesions may be missed, especially on the proximal aspect of haustral
folds and flexures or behind the ileocecal valve," said Dr.