Metastatic colorectal cancer to peritoneum on palliative chemotherapy under follow-up.
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- Liver is average size and with no intraparenchymal lesions seen or dilated intrahepatic biliary radicals seen. Mild perihepatic and fissural fluid.
- stable GB stones.
- Nodularity and strandings of the mesenteric fat planes density suggestive of peritoneal deposits.
- Unremarkable CT features of CBD, portal vein, pancreas, spleen, adrenals, kidneys, pelvic gynecological organs, urinary bladder, and rest of visualized opacified bowel loops.
- A few subcentimetric mesenrtic and periaortic lymph nodes
- Stable small fundal gastric diverticulum is noted with air fluid level within.
- Left sided colostomy is noted.
- The visualized bones show no suspicious lesions.
Gastric diverticula are sac-like projections that usually originate from the gastric fundus, most commonly on the posterior surface. They are the least common gastrointestinal diverticulum.
A well defined saccular collection of gas/ fluid that demonstrates communication with the gastric cavity.