A 50-year-old male with a history of excess alcohol consumption presented with several weeks of central abdominal pain. The amylase was normal but the white count, ESR and CRP were elevated. MDCT (Image 1) and US were performed. Several months later the patient re-presented with abdominal distension and vomiting. Another MDCT was performed (Image 2).
KeywordsFluid Collection Pancreatic Fistula Abdominal Distension Acute Severe Pancreatitis Excess Alcohol Consumption