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Quiz Question of the Week – Dr Mark Little

Mark Little
Written by Mark Little

An otherwise well 28 year old female presents to the emergency department with sudden onset of severe constant abdominal pain.

Exam revealed normal vital signs, a diffusely tender abdomen but no localising signs. All bloods were normal, other than AST and ALT that were 2x the upper limit of normal.

You order a CT of her abdomen.
What is the obvious abnormality?
What is the diagnosis?

Dr Mark Little
(Hint – why would a toxicologist present a surgical case?)


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