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Figure 1: Chest X-ray (a: anteroposterior view) showing gas under right diaphragm (white arrow) suggesting Chilaiditi sign. Noncontrast computed tomography chest axial (b) and coronal sections (c) showing diffuse, bilateral, and perihilar distributed ground glass opacities (white arrow) with interstitial infiltrates suggesting atypical pneumonia. Fissure edema and bronchial wall thickening (white arrow) noted. Coronal section (d) confirming Chilaiditi sign having colon interposed between right diaphragm and shrunken liver (white arrow) with an elevated dome of hemidiaphragm

Figure 1: Chest X-ray (a: anteroposterior view) showing gas under right diaphragm (white arrow) suggesting Chilaiditi sign. Noncontrast computed tomography chest axial (b) and coronal sections (c) showing diffuse, bilateral, and perihilar distributed ground glass opacities (white arrow) with interstitial infiltrates suggesting atypical pneumonia. Fissure edema and bronchial wall thickening (white arrow) noted. Coronal section (d) confirming Chilaiditi sign having colon interposed between right diaphragm and shrunken liver (white arrow) with an elevated dome of hemidiaphragm