Superior mesenteric vein thrombosis
Young adult had undergone laparoscopic procedure 20 days back. History of prolonged bed rest and hospitalization. Now presented with severe colicky abdominal pain. Ultrasonography reveals minimal ascites.
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The superior mesenteric vein appears dilated. There is evidence of filling defect in the superior mesenteric vein and its tributaries due to an isodense material within the lumen of the veins suggestive of acute superior mesenteric vein thrombosis.
The thrombosis is extending from the spleno-portal venous confluence to the main tributaries of superior mesenteric vein.
There is mild mesenteric fat stranding noted.
Mild amount of free fluid noted in the dependent part of peritoneum.