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- "Shock bowel" involving the stomach, duodenum, jejunum and proximal sigmoid colon.
- There is evidence of pulmonary interstitial oedema - Increased interstitial opacities on the right with patchy ground-glass appearance as well as on the left in a more peripherally distributed pattern would be in keeping with interstitial oedema secondary to fluid overload from aggressive resuscitation. Multiple subpleural opacities in the posterior aspect of the left hemithorax are likely to represent focal subsegmental atelectasis.
- Large amount of intraperitoneal free fluid.
- Left femoral arterial line, femoral central venous catheter, indwelling urinary catheter and nasogastric tube are in a satisfactory position.