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Figure 2: Patient with both central and peripheral necrosis with percutaneous catheter drainage catheter in peripheral necrosis. (a) Computed tomography abdomen: Large central necrotic collection that has not got walled off. (b) Computed tomography abdomen: A large peripheral necrotic collection. (c) AxR after percutaneous followed by endoscopic transmural drainage. Both transmural stents as well as percutaneous catheter is seen. (d) Computed tomography shows resolution of walled off pancreatic necrosis with transmural stents in situ. The percutaneous catheter has been removed

Figure 2: Patient with both central and peripheral necrosis with percutaneous catheter drainage catheter in peripheral necrosis. (a) Computed tomography abdomen: Large central necrotic collection that has not got walled off. (b) Computed tomography abdomen: A large peripheral necrotic collection. (c) AxR after percutaneous followed by endoscopic transmural drainage. Both transmural stents as well as percutaneous catheter is seen. (d) Computed tomography shows resolution of walled off pancreatic necrosis with transmural stents <i>in situ</i>. The percutaneous catheter has been removed