An intraabdominal sizable soft tissue mass with necrotic components is seen intimately related to the pylorus. It shows tracking of contrast inside with variable hypodense areas of breaking down and cavitary formation. The gastroduodenal artery is seen traversing the mass. It measures 11.4 x 9.5x 9.6 cm in it's anterior-posterior, width and height respectively.
The mass has the following relations:
Superiorly it lies beneath the right lobe of the liver and near the gallbladder and portahepatis.
Anteriorly it causes focal bulge of the anterior abdominal wall.
Posteriorly it displaces the IVC, SMV and portal veins.
Inferiorly: It causes large bowel (transverse colon) displacement.
Laterally it displaces the surrounding bowel and pancreas. Retro-aortic appearance of the left renal vein.