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Figure 2: Radiographs showing: Free air (red arrow) under right dome of diaphragm (A1), resolution of pneumoperitoneum after conservative management (A2); Infant with congenital diaphragmatic hernia (B1) revealing pneumoperitoneum (yellow arrow) with pneumomediastinum (green arrow); pneumothorax with pneumoperitoneum (white arrow) is seen along with abdominal drain in situ (B2); gradual resolution of pneumothorax and pneumoperitoneum (B3); free air (red arrows) on right side (C1) and pneumothorax (yellow arrow) appearing after resolution of pneumoperitoneum (C2 and C3); neonate with abdominal distension (D1), after resolution of pneumoperitoneum (D2)

Figure 2: Radiographs showing: Free air (red arrow) under right dome of diaphragm (A1), resolution of pneumoperitoneum after conservative management (A2); Infant with congenital diaphragmatic hernia (B1) revealing pneumoperitoneum (yellow arrow) with pneumomediastinum (green arrow); pneumothorax with pneumoperitoneum (white arrow) is seen along with abdominal drain <i>in situ</i> (B2); gradual resolution of pneumothorax and pneumoperitoneum (B3); free air (red arrows) on right side (C1) and pneumothorax (yellow arrow) appearing after resolution of pneumoperitoneum (C2 and C3); neonate with abdominal distension (D1), after resolution of pneumoperitoneum (D2)