Interesting case Abdominal 12

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Interesting case Abdominal 12

A patient presents with sudden excruciating central abdominal pain – what’s the diagnosis?

 

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Topics: Abdominal

Key findings and diagnosis: Non-circumferential abnormal density is present along the left margin of the proximal superior mesenteric artery, associated with mild inflammatory-appearing haziness adjacent to this vessel. The appearance most likely represents acute superior mesenteric artery dissection, which could be confirmed on non contrast CT or with MRI

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