Name some primary risk factors for a hypercoagulable state.
Factor V Leiden mutation, protein S and C deficiency, antithrombin III deficiency and antiphospholipid syndrome.
Free fluid in the pelvis, around the liver and spleen. A 30 - 40 cm continuous segment of mid small bowel loop is poorly enhancing with loss of the normal mucosal pattern and complete collapse of the distal small bowel. An extensive filling defect is seen in the main portal vein including the tributaries and the superior mesenteric vein with fat stranding in the root of the small bowel mesentery and reactive small volume mesenteric lymph nodes. Moderate burden of uncomplicated sigmoid diverticulosis.