What are the most common pathogens in pelvis inflammatory disease?
Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae
The pelvis contains a small volume of complex fluid within the pouch of Douglas, with peritoneal enhancement. Mesenteric stranding extends superiorly from this collection to just above the urinary bladder, into the bilateral paracolic gutters, and the right perihepatic space.
The right subcapsular liver margin contains a thin hyperdensity, likely representing a transient hepatic attenuation difference. A trace amount of stranding abuts the right liver margin as well. The liver exhibits a mild degree of periportal edema.