Inflammatory changes are seen related to the whole urinary tract in the form of fluid collection and stranding of the surrounding fat planes, starting from both kidneys down with the ureters to the prostate, seminal vesicles, and urinary bladder. The process seems to be more profound in the pelvis. The prostate is markedly swollen with hypodense hypoenhancing parenchyma. The seminal vesicles also appear congested and swollen. The urinary bladder shows diffuse wall thickening and oedema. There is also bilateral retroperitoneal fluid collection. There are some motion artifacts as the patient was distressed and irritable.