A 43-year-old male presents to the Emergency Department with complaints of severe abdominal pain. He describes the pain as sharp that radiates to his back. He also endorses nausea and two episodes of non-bloody emesis. The patient has a long history alcohol abuse, drinking up to 13 alcoholic beverages a day. Laboratory findings show elevation of the patient’s liver transaminases as well as amylase and lipase. Osteopathic structural examination would most likely reveal which of the following diagnoses given this patient’s presentation?