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There is a small amount of fluid/blood within the retroperitoneum and anterior pararenal space. No visceral organ injury is identified, in particular, no pancreatic abnormality seen. Mild periportal oedema.
Diffuse enteric mucosal hyperenhancement. No free intraperitoneal fluid.
No pelvic or proximal femoral fracture. Both hips joints are enlocated. Nasogastric tube in situ.
Extensive bilateral pulmonary consolidation; possibilities include aspiration and oedema.
Shock bowel in a traumatic setting is seen in the context of hypovolaemic (haemorrhagic) shock although there are other causes (e.g. sepsis).