CT shows multiple diverticula in all colonic segments, associated with acute signs of acute inflammation of the sigmoid segment, namely wall thickening and enhancement, and marked stranding of the adjacent fat tissues. A small, pericolic fluid collection, with peripheral contrast enhancement is also seen in the proximal portion of the sigmoid, suggesting initial abscess formation.
Non-related findings are hepatic perfusion defect in segment IVb, right kidney calculi and bilateral silicon breast protheses. Metallic clips are seen in the gallbladder fossa following cholecystectomy. Incidental small appendicolith in the base of the appendix.