Diffuse pancreatic parenchymal enlargement predominantly affected the body and tail with decreased attenuation. Indistinct pancreatic margins with surrounding retroperitoneal fat stranding. Thickened oedematous large bowel at the hepatic and splenic flexures. Multiple peripancreatic and periportal lymph nodes.
Relative hypoattenuation of the liver to the spleen in keeping with hepatic steatosis. Incidental findings of two small splenunculi inferior to the spleen.