Osteomalacia complicating enterocolic fistula in Crohn's disease.
(a) This postevacuation double-contrast barium enema shows a fistula between the transverse colon and the small bowel (arrowheads). Faintly calcified gallstones are also visible in the gallbladder. (b) Anteroposterior view of the pelvis shows multiple Looser's zones (arrows) affecting the pubic bones. These are characteristic of osteomalacia.
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