EURORAD ESR

Case 1589

Progressive ascites after premature delivery

Author(s)
H. Gruber, C. Wolf, A. Propst, R. Trawöger, W. Jaschke
 
Patient
female, 36 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Peritoneal thickening

    Plaque-like thickening of the peritoneum with prominent preperitoneal lymphatic vessels.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Peritoneal thickening;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Mesenterium

    Prominent perivascular lymph nodes in the mesenterium of the small bowel.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Mesenterium;
     
     
  • Figure 3
    Bowel

    Well-contrasted small bowel with poorly contrasted terminal ileum floating in ascites.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Bowel;
     
     
  • Figure 4
    Hypogastrium

    Enlarged ovaries with hypertrophic and hyperplastic deflected uterus floating in ascites.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Hypogastrium;
     
     
  • Figure 5
    Initial cranial CT of the infant

    Initial cranial CT of the infant's right temporal bone with tympanal consolidation and early bone erosion.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Initial cranial CT of the infant;
     
     
  • Figure 6
    Follow-up cranial CT of the infant

    Follow-up cranial CT with persistent consolidation of the right ear, progressive bone destruction and early involvement of the inner ear.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Follow-up cranial CT of the infant;
     
     
Plaque-like thickening of the peritoneum with prominent preperitoneal lymphatic vessels.
 
Prominent perivascular lymph nodes in the mesenterium of the small bowel.
 
Well-contrasted small bowel with poorly contrasted terminal ileum floating in ascites.
 
Enlarged ovaries with hypertrophic and hyperplastic deflected uterus floating in ascites.
 
Initial cranial CT of the infant's right temporal bone with tympanal consolidation and early bone erosion.
 
Follow-up cranial CT with persistent consolidation of the right ear, progressive bone destruction and early involvement of the inner ear.
 
 
 
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