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Figure 1: (a) Barium upper gastrointestinal tract radiography (1) Stomach at normal intra-abdominal position (red thin arrow), (2) Few segments of small bowel loops are seen in the right hemithorax (green thin arrow), (3) Cardiac shadow (blue thin arrow). (b) Chest X-ray shows: (1) Well aerated right lung (red thick arrow), (2) There is evidence of bowel loops in the right hemithorax ( green thick arrow), (3) Homogenous opacities are also noted in the right lower thorax (blue thick arrow), (4) No demonstrable air containing loops noted in the visualised part of the abdomen

Figure 1: (a) Barium upper gastrointestinal tract radiography (1) Stomach at normal intra-abdominal position (red thin arrow), (2) Few segments of small bowel loops are seen in the right hemithorax (green thin arrow), (3) Cardiac shadow (blue thin arrow). (b) Chest X-ray shows: (1) Well aerated right lung (red thick arrow), (2) There is evidence of bowel loops in the right hemithorax ( green thick arrow), (3) Homogenous opacities are also noted in the right lower thorax (blue thick arrow), (4) No demonstrable air containing loops noted in the visualised part of the abdomen