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A young woman aged 25 years presented to the emergency department with nausea and abdominal pain for a couple of hours. She had no medical or surgical history. On examination, her vitals were normal. There was some tenderness in the epigastric region, but other than that no significant clinical findings were noted. Electrocardiogram and all the routine blood tests were normal. Her chest X-ray (posteroanterior view) was done and is shown below [Figure 1]. She had no previous X-rays.
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