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- Transient nonobstructing intussusception without a lead point is known to occur in both adults and children and occurs more frequently than was previously reported.
- Transient intussusception of the small bowel has been reported in adults with celiac disease and Crohn disease but is most frequently detected incidentally and is presumed to be innocuous.
- Intussusception without a lead point is known to appear as a nonobstructing segment, usually smaller in diameter and shorter than an intussusception with a lead point.
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- Young H. Kim, Michael A. Blake, Mukesh G. Harisinghani, Krystal Archer-Arroyo, Peter F. Hahn, Martha B. Pitman, and Peter R. Mueller. Adult Intestinal Intussusception: CT Appearances and Identification of a Causative Lead Point. RadioGraphics 2006 26: 733-744.