Superior mesenteric artery dissection
Sudden central abdominal pain
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Typical features of localized arterial dissection with resultant aneurysmal dilatation of the superior mesenteric artery. Both true and false lumens enhance producing a "double barrel" lumen. This lesion seems to have occurred on the basis of underlying atherosclerosis as there is typical intimal calcification in the arterial wall.