CT abdomen done with the split bolus technique.
Mildly enlarged liver, with several tiny hypodense foci. Mild periportal tracking. Edematous gallbladder, containing a tiny calcified calculus.
Markedly enlarged spleen, with several small hypodense foci.
Pronounced abdominal lymphadenopathy - hepatogastric ligament, peripancreatic, and hepatic hilum. Numerous mesenteric and retroperitoneal lymph nodes up to borderline thickness.
Small amount of free intraperitoneal fluid in the lower abdomen-pelvis.