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Figure 3: (a) Axial contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) scan of the chest above the level of the pseudocyst showing the central location of the esophagus (arrow), (b) Axial CECT showing posterior mediastinal lesion (star) with fluid attenuation causing lateral displacement of the esophagus (arrow), (c) Axial section of CECT scan at the level of diaphragmatic hiatus showing extension of the pseudocyst (star) into the mediastinum causing lateral displacement of the esophagus (arrow)

Figure 3: (a) Axial contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) scan of the chest above the level of the pseudocyst showing the central location of the esophagus (arrow), (b) Axial CECT showing posterior mediastinal lesion (star) with fluid attenuation causing lateral displacement of the esophagus (arrow), (c) Axial section of CECT scan at the level of diaphragmatic hiatus showing extension of the pseudocyst (star) into the mediastinum causing lateral displacement of the esophagus (arrow)