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Can the transverse colon chang its position?

I'm reviewing a tomography and a resonance that were taken to me within 2 and a half months difference.

In a computerized tomography taken on May 18th 2019, the transverse colon can be seen just below the liver and the stomach. Below the transverse colon, all the small bowel loops can be seen.

In a magnetic resonance taken on August 2nd 2019, the transverse colon can be seen quite down, below the line of the belly button, so that almost half of the small bowel loops can be seen above the transverse conlon.

Does anybodey know if that displacement is "normal"?

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