Polysplenia syndrome, situs ambiguous, rectal mass

Case contributed by Dr Amro Omar


Patient presented with change in bowel habits.

Patient Data

Age: 45Y
Gender: Male

Axial CECT in patient with polysplenia shows situs ambiguous, absent IVC, azygous continuation of the IVC, and rectal mass with hepatic mets.

Case Discussion

Axial CECT demonstrates polyspleniasitus ambiguous, absent IVC and azygous continuation of the IVC. Further more a rectal mass (presumably a rectal carcinoma) is present with hepatic metastases


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Case information

rID: 12761
Case created: 7th Jan 2011
Last edited: 18th Jan 2018
Tags: git, colon
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