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Figure 2: Thoracoabdominal computed tomography without intravenous contrast media. The coronal reformatted image (a) reveals a large cystic formation (asterisk) located in the hepatic right lobe, pushing the diaphragm to the superior. Due to the compression of the cyst, the heart has deviated to the left (small arrows). Besides, there are prominent hypointense lesions of the cysts in both kidneys (large arrows). In the transverse computed tomography section (b), the large cyst (asterisk) located in the hepatic right lobe is observed to compress the heart toward the left (arrows)

Figure 2: Thoracoabdominal computed tomography without intravenous contrast media. The coronal reformatted image (a) reveals a large cystic formation (asterisk) located in the hepatic right lobe, pushing the diaphragm to the superior. Due to the compression of the cyst, the heart has deviated to the left (small arrows). Besides, there are prominent hypointense lesions of the cysts in both kidneys (large arrows). In the transverse computed tomography section (b), the large cyst (asterisk) located in the hepatic right lobe is observed to compress the heart toward the left (arrows)