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Can you name the Mesenteric masses?

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Typically arises intraluminally and spreads to mesentery. An enhancing soft-tissue mass with radiating linear bands extending into the mesenteric fat. Calcification is common.
Benign, locally aggressive mass with fibrous tissue. More common with Gardner's syndrome. Isoattenuating to muscle but may have some central scar.
Inflammatory condition which leads to fatty necrosis and fibrosis of mesenteric root. Mesenteric masses with striations of soft tissue extending into mesenteric fat.
Sandwich sign where lymph nodes engulf mesenteric fat and vessels

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