From the case: Acute pancreatitis on CECT
There is a diffuse parenchymal edema of the pancreas including head, body and tail. There is also peritoneal fat stranding . No local complications of acute pancreatitis including fluid collections, pseudocyst formation, abscess, hemorrhage, venous thrombosis, and pseudoaneurysm formation. But after contrast injection, limited uptake in arterial phase raised the flag for tissue necrosis.