Epigastric pain. Incidental finding on CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis.
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Subhepatic position of the caecum.
Few mildly enlarged (subcentimeter) mesenteric lymph nodes.
Mural thickening of the gastric body and antrum as well as the proximal duoudenum.
The subhepatic position of the cecum and appendix is a normal variant which might be a diagnostic dilemma in case of acute appendicitis because the tenderness in such cases is not located at the McBurney's point.