Postoperative state

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Post-operative state
Biliary-intestinal anastomosis
Internal or external biliary drainage
Resection of rectosigmoid
Whipple procedure
May Cause
Abdominal abscess
Abdominal wall gas
Absent bow-tie sign in knee meniscus
Acute diffuse mediastinal widening
Acute nonobstructive small bowel distention
Adrenal insufficiency
Adynamic ileus
Anterior urethral stricture
Biliary-enteric fistula
Bladder fistula
Blind loop syndrome
Bowel ischemia
Budd-Chiari syndrome
Cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea
Chronic nonobstructive small bowel distention
Chylous ascites
Diffuse leptomeningeal enhancement
Diffuse peritoneal thickening
Displacement of small bowel loops
Distended bladder
Duodenal dilatation without obstruction
Duodenal wall thickening
Enlarged papilla of vater
Esophageal wall thickening
Focal bladder wall thickening
Focal renal parenchymal scar
Gas in gallbladder or biliary tract
Gas within bone
Gastric outlet obstruction
Gastrocolic or gastroduodenocolic fistula
Globe calcification
Increased presacral space
Increased retrogastric or retroduodenal space
Intracerebral hemorrhage
Large abdominal gas pocket
Linitis plastica pattern of stomach
Lung abscess
Massive pleural effusion
Multiple pleural masses
Mural ureteral filling defect
Nerve root enhancement
Parenchymal brain hemorrhage
Pericolic abscess
Pneumatosis intestinalis
Portal vein gas
Portal vein obstruction
Portal vein thrombosis
Renal vein thrombosis
Residual intestinal barium
Retroperitoneal fibrosis
Splenic vein obstruction
Spontaneous pneumoperitoneum without peritonitis
Superior vena cava syndrome
Ureteral and renal pelvic calcification
Ureteral stricture