Ingrid Marková, Jozef Květenský
MR enterography (MREg) has emerged as an imaging modality that can be used to help diagnose and evaluate Crohn´s disease of the small and large bowel. MREg has high diagnostic accuracy in detection of Crohn´s disease, MREg can demonstrate transmural pathologic changes of Crohn´s disease from the level of the mucosa to that of the mesentery. Knowledge of MR imaging findings of Crohn´s disease and how they correlate with the pathologic features of the disease is important to facilitate an accurate diagnosis and detect the complications. CT enterography (CTEg) has rapidly gained acceptance as a method for visualizing the small bowel lumen, wall and mesentery for a variety of clinical indications. Focusing on the identification of Crohn´s disease also, and as a method of choice in vascular, traumatic lesions and neoplasms of the small bowel.