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Fig. 2 | The Ultrasound Journal

Fig. 2

From: “Sigmoid diverticulitis mimicking cholecystitis” a clinical challenge

Fig. 2

The CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis without intravenous contrast material. In a, the coronal reformat and in b the sagittal reformat. The scan showed the wall thickening of the left and sigmoid colon, with diverticular outpouching. Moreover, there was stranding of the perivisceral fat due to perivisceral tissue inflammation complicated with limited perforation and a small free air pocket next it; therefore, the diagnosis favoured was diverticulitis with limited perforation (white arrow). There was no free fluid

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