02 August 2022>: Articles
Challenging differential diagnosis, Management of emergency care, Rare diseaseChenxuan Zhou E* , M. Duncan Kilpatrick D , Jessica Burns Williams B , Jeannie F. Rivers B , Thomas A. Miller A
Am J Case Rep 2022; 23:e937197
Figure 1. CT scans of hepatic portal venous gas and pneumatosis. A and B show the hepatic portal venous gas and the pneumatosis on the tenth day of the patient’s hospital stay (postoperative day 8) in the transverse view. The yellow arrow in A shows hepatic portal venous gas, and the yellow arrow in B shows pneumatosis. C and D show the same transverse view of the patient’s abdomen as A and B, but were taken 1 day prior to his hospitalization and show no hepatic portal venous gas or pneumatosis.