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Figure 1 (A-C): CT scan axial and oblique coronal images show elongated and stretched down stomach (star-shaped markers) and transverse colon (white open arrow) with two collapsed small bowel loops with beaking (black arrows in A) seen antero-superior to the antral part of the stomach. Dilated small bowel loops are seen right lateral and inferior to the stomach and the transverse colon. Mild free fluid in between the bowel loops and mild distal stomach wall thickening (congestive edema) are also noted

Figure 1 (A-C): CT scan axial and oblique coronal images show elongated and stretched down stomach (star-shaped markers) and transverse colon (white open arrow) with two collapsed small bowel loops with beaking (black arrows in A) seen antero-superior to the antral part of the stomach. Dilated small bowel loops are seen right lateral and inferior to the stomach and the transverse colon. Mild free fluid in between the bowel loops and mild distal stomach wall thickening (congestive edema) are also noted