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Figure 4: Axial postcontrast computed tomography images (a) Splenic infarct in upper pole of spleen with viable splenic tissue on its either side. (b) Dotted arrow showing adherent cyst wall to the parietal peritoneum with separation of the endocyst and pericyst. Shrunken and posteriorly displaced left kidney is also shown by solid arrow. (c) Loss of fat plane with pancreatic tail demonstrated by asterisk. (d) Wall thickening of adjacent splenic flexure of the colon (hollow arrow)

Figure 4: Axial postcontrast computed tomography images (a) Splenic infarct in upper pole of spleen with viable splenic tissue on its either side. (b) Dotted arrow showing adherent cyst wall to the parietal peritoneum with separation of the endocyst and pericyst. Shrunken and posteriorly displaced left kidney is also shown by solid arrow. (c) Loss of fat plane with pancreatic tail demonstrated by asterisk. (d) Wall thickening of adjacent splenic flexure of the colon (hollow arrow)