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Figure 9: Superior mesenteric vein thrombosis. CECT portrays hypodense intraluminal filling defects in superior mesenteric vein (black arrow). The simultaneous presence of peripancreatic inflammatory changes and fluid collections (white arrow) are a key pointer to the diagnosis.

Figure 9: <b>Superior mesenteric vein thrombosis.</b> CECT portrays hypodense intraluminal filling defects in superior mesenteric vein (black arrow). The simultaneous presence of peripancreatic inflammatory changes and fluid collections (white arrow) are a key pointer to the diagnosis.