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The colon is distended from the level of the proximal rectum up to the caecum and filled with fluid and inspissated faecal matter. The caecal pole itself is not overtly distended and there is no reflux into the small bowel. No oral contrast has reached the colon. There are no discrete strictures identified. Diverticulae noted in the sigmoid colon. Segmental regions of peri-colic fluid are visible. No discrete regions of substantial wall thickening.
Reconstructions of the SMA/IMA on this portal venous imaging were normal.