CT abdomen and pelvis
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In the abdomen, the liver is of normal size and morphology, presents a marked decrease in attenuation coefficients of the parenchyma, consistent with fatty infiltration. Under these conditions no solid focal lesions are identified.
Post-surgical changes with a descending colostomy in the left flank, which has a paraostomal hernia containing greater omentum and transverse colon loops without signs of current complication. Another incisional hernia infraumbilical broad-based, uncomplicated.
In the right kidney, is observed a staghorn calculus partially fragmented in the upper pole, with an area of focal caliectasia. Associated with the above, there is a marked cortical atrophy.
No obvious pelvic lymphadenopathy, retroperitoneal or mesenteric. Anteverted uterus with uterine fibroids.