Case Report

A Case of a Chronic Pancreatic Pseudocyst Causing Atraumatic Splenic Rupture without Evidence of Acute Pancreatitis

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(a) USS showing a heterogenous liver and the presence of haemorrhagic fluid. (b) Computed tomography coronal reconstruction showing haemorrhage around the ruptured spleen. The arrow in (a) refers to haemorrhagic fluid in the liver and the arrow in (b) refers to the spleen.