Massively enlarged liver which is largely replaced by a giant cavernous hepatic hemangioma, which has peripheral, nodular areas of discontinuous enhancement throughout.
Smaller hemangiomata throughout anteriorly displaced liver parenchyma. Note long hepatic venous drainage through the hemangioma.
Cholelithasis. Pericholecystic fluid is favored to be reactive.
Acute interstitial pancreatitis with mild ductal dilation. Tiny density layering in the distal CBD could be a small stone.