Motion degraded exam. Acute interstitial pancreatitis evidenced by unorganised, acute peripancreatic fluid/stranding with a mildly dilated main pancreatic duct. No areas of hypoenhancement to suggest a necrotizing component. Portal, splenic, superior mesenteric veins patent.
Cholelithiasis with several small stones within the cystic duct. Mild gallbladder wall thickening with pericholecystic fluid. Small gallstone within the distal common bile duct a few centimeters above the ampulla (this can be particularly well appreciated on coronal reconstructions).
Lung findings were imaged separately. Massive amount of stool in the rectum with rectal wall thickening. No surrounding stranding or fluid.