Duplex collecting system
A known case of gastric GIST since 2012 subjected to partial gastrectomy under follow-up.
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The liver is average in size with a left lobe non-enhancing hypodense fat containing lesion that could be a lipoma of the liver. No other focal lesions or IHBR dilatation. Postoperative changes are noted in the stomach as before. No abnormal wall thickening or mass lesion could be seen.
Unremarkable CT features of CBD, portal vein, pancreas, spleen, adrenal glands, and IVC, aorta, and rest opacified bowel loops. Evidence of cholecystectomy. No significant para-aortic, mesenteric, pelvic, or inguinal lymph nodes. No ascites. Unremarkable CT features of urinary bladder, uterus, and both adnexa.
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