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Figure 19 (A and B): 31-year-old male presenting with abdominal distension 3 days post cholecystectomy. (A) Coronal contrast-enhanced CT image showing cholecystectomy clips and portal vein thrombosis (arrow) with reduced enhancement of liver (dashed arrow) suggestive of hypoperfusion/ischemic injury to the liver. Note is made of gross ascites (asterix) due to liver decompensation. (B) Coronal contrast-enhanced CT image showing air (arrow) in superior mesenteric vein with thickening of jejunal loops suggestive of bowel ischemia (arrowheads)

Figure 19 (A and B): 31-year-old male presenting with abdominal distension 3 days post cholecystectomy. (A) Coronal contrast-enhanced CT image showing cholecystectomy clips and portal vein thrombosis (arrow) with reduced enhancement of liver (dashed arrow) suggestive of hypoperfusion/ischemic injury to the liver. Note is made of gross ascites (asterix) due to liver decompensation. (B) Coronal contrast-enhanced CT image showing air (arrow) in superior mesenteric vein with thickening of jejunal loops suggestive of bowel ischemia (arrowheads)