CT abdomen and pelvis (GI bleeding protocol)
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There is an active arterial contrast blush within the caecum and proximal ascending colon, just above the ileocecal valve. Scattered sigmoid colonic diverticula with no evidence of acute inflammation. Bowel is otherwise unremarkable, no evidence of obstruction. There is no free fluid or free gas. The liver, spleen, pancreas, and adrenal glands are unremarkable. Common biliary duct dilation (1.4 cm), no obstructive cause seen. Minor intrahepatic biliary dilatation. Gallbladder is unremarkable. Small cortical and para-pelvic renal cysts on the left; kidneys show normal enhancement and appearances, no hydronephrosis. No lymph node enlargement. No suspicious bone lesions are seen. Mild dependent atelectasis in both lungs bases.