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Pneumatosis Intestinalis/Portal Venous Gas

Kitley CAK - MedPix (2007)

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Pneumatosis Intestinalis/Portal Venous Gas

History: 76 yo man presents with 1.5 day history of increasing nausea, vomiting, and abdominal distention.

Findings: Multiple linear and curvilinear lucencies are noted on the scout images throughout the liver, as well as multiple dilated air filled loops of small and large bowel. On the axial CT images, air was noted within the bowel wall completely surrounding the lumen throughout multiple loops of small bowel, as well as air within the mesenteric vasculature, and within the portal venous system peripherally to the edges of the liver.

Ddx: • Mesenteric ischemia • Trauma • Small/Large Bowel obstruction • Infectious enterocolitis • Inflammatory enterocolitis • Post-operative • Medications, i.e. steroids, chemotherapy, immunosuppresants • Necrotizing enterocolitis (pediatric cases)

Dxhow: Radiographically, surgically (ischemic bowel)

Exam: Large, distended abdomen, mental status changes

No MeSH data available.


Axial non-enhanced CT images of the liver and small bowel with evidence of portal venous gas, gas within mesenteric vasculature, and pneumatosis intestinalis
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Pneumatosis Intestinalis/Portal Venous Gas

Kitley CAK - MedPix (2007)

Axial non-enhanced CT images of the liver and small bowel with evidence of portal venous gas, gas within mesenteric vasculature, and pneumatosis intestinalis
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MPX2031_synpic38144: Axial non-enhanced CT images of the liver and small bowel with evidence of portal venous gas, gas within mesenteric vasculature, and pneumatosis intestinalis

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Pneumatosis Intestinalis/Portal Venous Gas

History: 76 yo man presents with 1.5 day history of increasing nausea, vomiting, and abdominal distention.

Findings: Multiple linear and curvilinear lucencies are noted on the scout images throughout the liver, as well as multiple dilated air filled loops of small and large bowel. On the axial CT images, air was noted within the bowel wall completely surrounding the lumen throughout multiple loops of small bowel, as well as air within the mesenteric vasculature, and within the portal venous system peripherally to the edges of the liver.

Ddx: • Mesenteric ischemia • Trauma • Small/Large Bowel obstruction • Infectious enterocolitis • Inflammatory enterocolitis • Post-operative • Medications, i.e. steroids, chemotherapy, immunosuppresants • Necrotizing enterocolitis (pediatric cases)

Dxhow: Radiographically, surgically (ischemic bowel)

Exam: Large, distended abdomen, mental status changes

No MeSH data available.