Gastroenterology MCQ 048

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Merrill's Pocket Guide to RadiographyPatients with established, complete, simple, distal small bowel obstruction usually have the following findings on plain and upright abdominal radiographs:
A. Distended small bowel identifiable by the valvulae conniventes.
B. Multiple air-fluid levels.
C. Modest amount of gas in the pelvis.
D. Peripheral, rather than central, distribution of gas.
E. Prominent haustral markings.
F. Free air.

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