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Fig. 6 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 6

From: Enteric duplication cysts in children: varied presentations, varied imaging findings

Fig. 6

A 10-month-old boy with a congenital cardiopathy presents respiratory distress. a Chest X-ray: a left cervicothoracic mass is suspected displacing the trachea to the right (arrows). b Chest US: cystic mass (M) with slightly echogenic content inside is seen next to the thymus (T). Its origin is unclear. c Coronal view SSFSE T2 MRI: a well-delineated and hyperintense lesion (star) is seen. d Transversal view of the lesion in a gadolinium-enhanced VIBE MRI confirms the cystic nature of the mass (star) next to the anterior oesophageal wall (arrow). e Thoracoscopic findings: a 6 × 4-cm lesion with close contact with the trachea originated from the muscular wall of the oesophagus

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