Radiology.Academy.Sk

Neuro Review
Appendix
Spleen
Stomach
Kidneys
Kidney
Pancreas
Pelvic congestion syndrome
Liver
Biliary
CT Abd Epiploic Appendagitis
Fractures Wrist
Wrist
Diffuse periosteal reaction
Signs in Uroradiology
Male breast
MRI Breast Indications
CT Head Cerebellar Mass
Biopsies
Diagnostic mammography
Screening mammography
Mammo Pearls
ACR Appropriateness Criteria Breast Cancer Screen
AVM types
CT Orbits
CT Abd NL
Chiari Malformations
Vesicoureteral Reflux (VUR)
Elbow
XRAY Abdominal Series

Abdomen
Cardio
Chest
Dictation Templates
General
GU
Mammography
MSK
neuro
Neuroradiology
NM
Nuclear Medicine
Pediatric
Physics
Ultrasound
Upload

CT Abd Postpartum Uterus

Findings: The patient is status-post recent C-section. The uterus is enlarged. There is a defect of the lower uterine segment and overlying soft tissues, compatible with a longitudinal incision. Hyperdensity in the endometrial cavity is likely blood products though retained products of conception would have a similar appearance. There is a small amount of hyperdense fluid within the pelvis. There is a small amount of fat stranding of the prevesical fat. There is no loculated, circumscribed fluid collection to suggest abscess. There is engorgement of the parauterine vessels. There is gas within the ventral bowel wall near the longitudinal incision site. There is a small focus of pneumoperitoneum near the incision site. Diastases of the rectus abdominis is noted. There is mild bilateral hydroureteronephrosis. The liver, pancreas, spleen, adrenal glands, and bladder are normal. The unopacified bowel demonstrates normal course and caliber without evidence of obstruction. The visualized skeleton is unremarkable. The breast tissue is extremely dense, compatible with lactation. Conclusion: 1. Expected appearance of the uterus and ventral bowel wall status-post C-section. See comments above. 2. Small collection of hyperdense fluid within the pelvis, compatible with blood products. There is no evidence of pelvic abscess.