of Percentage Patients Gas under diaphragm 6 12 Ground glass appearance 8 16 Enlarged soft tissue shadow 9 18 (Peri-hepatic/perisplenic/ obliteration of psoas shadow Fracture of ribs 5 10 Herniation of stomach 1 2 through diaphragm No radiological abnormality 10 20 Not done 11 22 Table 3 Findings Number Percentage of Cases Solid organ injuries with free fluid
29 58 Free fluid
6 12 Suspicious and equivocal 15 30 Table 4 Sl.
There was no tenderness, no mass, no free fluid
in the abdomen and no visible gastric peristalsis.
Spontaneous ureteral injury is a rare complication of vaginal delivery, but it should be strongly suspected when a large amount of simple free fluid
is seen on CT.
Findings of both FAST and CT scan were considered either 'positive' or 'negative' for the presence or absence of free fluid
His abdominal tomography revealed an extremely thickened gallbladder wall together with free fluid
For example, lack of peristalsis, prominent bowel wall thickening, the presence of intraperitoneal free fluid
, and a distended bowel segment on ultrasound are all indicative of a probable bowel infarction .
A FAST examination was performed, which demonstrated complex free fluid
in all quadrants.
In the 2nd case, intraperitoneal bladder injury could only be suspected by the presence of free fluid
in the peritoneal cavity.
Laparotomy (2015)  USS: ultrasound; CT: computerised tomography; MRI: magnetic resonance imaging; FF: free fluid
; PoD: pouch of Douglas.
These findings were non-compressibility (83%), appendicular tube (55%), appendicolith (13%), omental thickening (80.5%), surrounding free fluid
(63.8%), and the probe tenderness (91.7%).
An ultrasound showed a normal uterus and a 4 X 2.6 X 4.6 cm heterogeneous right adnexal mass with free fluid
CT findings can be summarized as follows: dilatation >6 cm and wall thickening >3 mm of the affected colon segment (100%, n=41), pericolonic fat stranding (100%, n=41), mucosal discontinuity (14.6 %, n=6), presence of free air (14.6%, n=6), free fluid
(9.7%, n=4), and pericolonic abscess (2.4%, n=1).