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Figure 1: Photograph showing a neonate with visible veins and marked abdominal distension particularly on the right side; the figure has been marked to show the presence of congenital pouch colon, arrow shows the direction of the pouch pointing to the right side, stomach, and intestines on the left side (a); normal anus and perineum with number 10 infant feeding tube, which could be inserted only 2 cm through anus (b); a single, wide air-fluid level on upright abdominal radiograph suggestive of congenital pouch colon Type 4 with apex pointing to right side as shown by red arrow, displacing small bowel loops to left side along with the absence of rectal air (c)

Figure 1: Photograph showing a neonate with visible veins and marked abdominal distension particularly on the right side; the figure has been marked to show the presence of congenital pouch colon, arrow shows the direction of the pouch pointing to the right side, stomach, and intestines on the left side (a); normal anus and perineum with number 10 infant feeding tube, which could be inserted only 2 cm through anus (b); a single, wide air-fluid level on upright abdominal radiograph suggestive of congenital pouch colon Type 4 with apex pointing to right side as shown by red arrow, displacing small bowel loops to left side along with the absence of rectal air (c)