Name some other possible complications of ERCP
Duodenal perforation, Duodenal hemorrhage, Stent migration, infection
Pancraetic head is minimally hypoattenuating, but not enlarged. There is fat stranding in the peripancreatic fat.
Peripancreatic and right perirenal fluid collections. There is also free fluid in the right paracolic, subhepatic (Morison pouch), right subphrenic, and pelvic spaces.
Gallbladder and extra and intrahepatic biliary ducts are filled with contrast which is due to its use during ERCP. This allowed me to make a 3D reconstruction from the biliary tracts.