What is the most common precipitating factor of a secondary omental torsion?
Inguinal hernia is the most common precipitating factor of a secondary omental torsion.
Plain CT done post laparoscopic surgery for case proved to be omental torsion. Abdominopelvic pneumoperitoneum is seen. Small volume fluid seen in subhepatic and operative bed regions. Right inguinoscrotal hernia & bilateral scrotal pneumohydrocoele. Misty pelvic mesenteric fat with multiple surgical metallic clips are seen. Left upper & lower abdominal wall subcutaneous emphysema and contusions.