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Figure 1: Epiploic appendagitis involving cecum. (1a): Axial CT image shows an oval fat density lesion adjacent to contrast filled cecum (EPI) with surrounding fat stranding and associated cecal wall thickening. (1b): Axial CT image shows a linear hyper density in the center of the fat density lesion (Arrow) consistent with the thrombosed vein. (1c): The normal appendix is separately seen (arrow).

Figure 1: Epiploic appendagitis involving cecum. (1a): Axial
CT image shows an oval fat density lesion adjacent to contrast
filled cecum (EPI) with surrounding fat stranding and
associated cecal wall thickening. (1b): Axial CT image shows
a linear hyper density in the center of the fat density lesion
(Arrow) consistent with the thrombosed vein. (1c): The normal
appendix is separately seen (arrow).