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      History:
      At the age of 3.5 months, there was a short disturbance in breathing while lying on the stomach (tachypnea). Otherwise, the child was completely healthy. Presentation to pediatrician, X-rays were performed on the 1st and 2nd day of admission in the pediatric department. This was delayed due to a pertussis infection.

      Radiological findings:

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      X-Ray 1:
      Thorax ap, Half-spherical opacity over the left diaphragm medially. Lung is unremarkable.





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      X-Ray 2:
      Thorax lateral, Curved area in the hind diaphragmal area.





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      MRI 1:
      T1-weighted, coronal:
      Obvious curving of a parenchymal organ in the thorax.





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      MRI 2:
      T1-weighted, coronal:
      Anatomic identification of the curved structure as the spleen.





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      MRI 3:
      T1-weighted, saggital:
      Curving in the hind diaphragmal area.





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      OP-Situs 1:
      laparoscopic intraoperative situation, Spleen is located in a pocket.



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      OP-Situs 2:
      laparoscopic intraoperative situation, after luxation of the spleen.





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