Sonographic Murphy sign: Negative
Portal vein thrombosis extending from the portosplenic confluence into the right and left portal veins with occlusion of the left portal vein.
Visualized pancreatic parenchyma is heterogeneous and hypoechoic, consistent with reported pancreatitis.
No ascites or peripancreatic collection identified, though CT could provide further evaluation.
Borderline dilation of the main pancreatic duct measuring up to 3 mm in diameter, which may relate to chronic pancreatitis. Although no obstructing lesion is visualized, CT could provide further evaluation.
Normal appearance of the gallbladder with no gallstones identified.
Increased hepatic parenchymal echogenicity, suggestive of steatosis.