fat halo sign

What is the fat halo sign?

The “fat halo” sign indicates the sequelae of prior inflammatory disease and is characterized by fat attenuation in the submucosa with relative hyperattenuation of the mucosa and muscularis propria or serosa on CT. On MRI, fat signal intensity is seen in the submucosa. This finding is nonspecific and can also be seen in normal bowel.


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