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There is a saccular aneurysmal dilatation extending anterolaterally on the left side of the infrarenal abdominal aorta, with a neck of 2.2 cm (longitudinal), depth of 2.3 cm (transverse) and longitudinal extension of 3.5 cm. A thick fat stranding surrounds this vascular dilation and, contrasting to the remainder aorta, no atheromatous calcifications are present in its walls. Inferiorly in the abdominal aorta, a intimal flap with atheromatous calcification is identified crossing the centre of the opacified aortic lumen and may represent a chronic dissection.
The liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys and adrenal glands are normal. No abnormality of the bowel is identified. There is no free fluid or free gas.