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An extensive area of hypoattenuation in the spleen affects the cranial portion of the spleen. This is a large splenic injury that extends from the capsule to the hilum. The more inferior portion of the spleen enhances normally and there are no areas of hyperenhancement (which would suggest extravasation or splenic pseudoaneurysm).
Moderate-volume free fluid within the peritoneal space of increased density. Features of haemoperitoneum.
The other solid organs are normal. Specifically, the pancreas is normal. Normal duodenum. No bony injury.