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Figure 3: Axial contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) images (a-d) show presence of ascites and multiple confluent ill-defined mesenteric mass lesions (arrows). Right psoas and iliacus have become bulkier (asterisks). Coronal CECT image (e) shows contiguous extension of mesenteric mass lesions into the duodenum with resultant mucosal fold thickening of second part of duodenum. Also, note is made of thickening of right lateral bladder wall in (e)

Figure 3: Axial contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) images (a-d) show presence of ascites and multiple confluent ill-defined mesenteric mass lesions (arrows). Right psoas and iliacus have become bulkier (asterisks). Coronal CECT image (e) shows contiguous extension of mesenteric mass lesions into the duodenum with resultant mucosal fold thickening of second part of duodenum. Also, note is made of thickening of right lateral bladder wall in (e)