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MDCT findings in IHFW include a cluster of dilated bowel loops in the lesser sac with their accompanying vessels and mesentery passing through the foramen of Winslow between the inferior vena cava and the liver hilum.
No consensus on suturing the foramen of Winslow has been established, as this procedure carries a risk of injury to the common bile duct, portal vein and hepatic artery proper.
Laparoscopic diagnosis and management of foramen of Winslow hernia-case report.