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Fig. 2. CT of the patient. Abdominal CT of the visit day show the findings of left lateral diaphragmatic hernia of the stomach, spleen, colon, and pancreas (arrows). In addition, bulging of the proximal stomach and incarceration of the herniated gastric body are observed, and pancreatic ductal dilatation, and peripancreatic fluid collection are seen (A). CT taken 6 months earlier, diaphragmatic hernia of the stomach, spleen, colon, and pancreas are shown in the left thoracic cavity, but no evidence of prominent inflammation of pancreas or herniation of stomach is seen (B). St: stomach; Sp: spleen; CT: computed tomography.
Journal of Trauma and Injury 2019;32:66-70 https://doi.org/10.20408/jti.2019.007
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