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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: (a and b) Contrast-enhanced axial computed tomography image through the upper abdomen. There is evidence of polysplenia (+) with the stomach lying on the right side (○) and the liver lying in the midline (▴). The inferior vena cava (curved arrow) is lying to the left of the aorta (arrow) which is midline in location. There is malrotation of bowel with whirling of the mesenteric vessels suggesting midgut volvulus (white arrow)

Figure 3: (a and b) Contrast-enhanced axial computed tomography image through the upper abdomen. There is evidence of polysplenia (+) with the stomach lying on the right side (○) and the liver lying in the midline (▴). The inferior vena cava (curved arrow) is lying to the left of the aorta (arrow) which is midline in location. There is malrotation of bowel with whirling of the mesenteric vessels suggesting midgut volvulus (white arrow)