Image Based Question-70052


A 54-year-old male, presented with persistent anemia and occult blood per rectum. Upper and capsule endoscopy, colonoscopy, enteroclysis, Meckel scan, and tagged nuclear red blood cell scan failed to localize the source.
An abdominal computed tomography scan showed a possible intussusception and intraluminal mass. During the abdominal exploration, pathological part was resected.
The resected part is shown in the image.Regarding this pathology:Which part of the gastrointestinal tract is most commonly involved?

A. Ileum

B. Jejunum

C. Duodenum

D. Descending colon


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