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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.7 Peritoneum mesentery and omentum
Case 1.7.1 Appendagitis epiploica and mesenteric infarct


Omental infarct with inflamed infarcted non vascularized hyperechoic fat

Inflamed infarcted hyperechoic fat
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Inflamed infarcted hyperechoic fat
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Non vascularized hyperechoic fat
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Inflamed infarcted hyperechoic fat
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Omental infarct with inflamed infarcted non vascularized hyperechoic fat CT

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Control examination shows diminishing size. At biopsy infarcted fatty tissue was found

Control examination shows diminishing size
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Control examination shows diminishing size
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