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A 34-year-old woman with a history of anorexia nervosa and severe malnutrition (body mass index of 6, weight of 31.7 lbs) was hospitalised for multidisciplinary management. Three weeks after progressive enteral nutrition via nasogastric tube, the patient developed acute intense abdominal pain. CT angiography revealed gastric pneumatosis with submucosal thickening associated with significant intrahepatic portal venous gas, and no evidence of mesenteric ischaemia (figure 1). Endoscopic evaluation showed areas of patchy mucosal …
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