An infiltrative tumor mass in proximal descending colon adjacent to the splenic flexure, measuring around 9.5 cm in length. Blurring of surrounding fat tissue can be observed, as well as regional lymphadenopathy, with the largest lymph nodes measuring up to 1.2 cm in short axis. The tumor mass is adjacent to middle portion of left kidney, but with no clear signs of Gerota's fascia involvement. The tumor mass is causing stenosis and lumen of the large and small intestine are consequently dilated. The colon measures up to 6.3 cm, the caecum up to 8 cm and the small intestine up to 4.2 cm in diameter.
Gallstones can be seen in the gallbladder, which also shows mild wall thickening.
Inguinal hernia is seen on the left, containing part of urinary baldder, measuring 6 x 3.2 cm.