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Figure 3 (A and B): (A) Chest and abdominal Radiograph showing the abnormal position of UVC with tip (black arrow) at D10-D11 level likely in hepatic parenchyma (white arrow). The gas medial to the catheter outlines the umbilical venous recess. Note is made of umbilical artery catheter with tip lying in midline at the level of D10 vertebra (small black arrow). Note is made of reticulonodular shadowing in bilateral lung. (B) Zoomed image shows the air in the branches of left portalvein (black arrow) and hepatic parenchyma (white arrow)

Figure 3 (A and B): (A) Chest and abdominal Radiograph showing the abnormal position of UVC with tip (black arrow) at D10-D11 level likely in hepatic parenchyma (white arrow). The gas medial to the catheter outlines the umbilical venous recess. Note is made of umbilical artery catheter with tip lying in midline at the level of D10 vertebra (small black arrow). Note is made of reticulonodular shadowing in bilateral lung. (B) Zoomed image shows the air in the branches of left portalvein (black arrow) and hepatic parenchyma (white arrow)