Case Report
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2019.
World J Hepatol. Mar 27, 2019; 11(3): 318-329
Published online Mar 27, 2019. doi: 10.4254/wjh.v11.i3.318
Figure 1
Figure 1 Coronal reformatted contrast-enhanced computed tomography shows that fluid collection and daughter vesicles adjacent to the hydatid cyst located in segment VI of the liver. This finding is consistent with a perforated hydatid cyst.
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Figure 2 Axial plane computed tomography of the same patient shows exophytic extension of the giant hydatid cyst located in the right lobe of the liver.
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Figure 3 Intraoperative appearance of the hydatid cyst compatible lesion that originated and ruptured from the spleen. This image was taken after aspiration of the hydatid cyst fluid in the abdominal cavity.
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Figure 4 Apearance of the spleen and ruptured cyst specimens obtained from the same patient.
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Figure 5 Coronal reformatted images of the venous phase of computed tomography shows perforated hydatid cyst located in segment V of the liver. This image also shows fluid collection in the right paracolic area.
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Figure 6 Two different coronal reformatted contrast-enhanced computed tomography images of the same patient show a perforated hydatid cyst located in segment III of the liver and fluid collection in the perihepatic/pelvic area.
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Figure 7 Intraoperative appearance of severe adhesions similar to sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis in the abdominal cavity secondary to hydatid cyst perforation.
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Figure 8 Intraoperative image obtained after evacuating the cystic contents.