Congenital diaphragmatic hernia, delayed presentation
History of persistent vomiting.
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There is a large defect (3.4 cm) in the posterior aspect of left hemidiaphragm with herniation of the stomach through this defect to the left hemithorax. The gastro-esophageal junction is correctly positioned. Edematous changes are noted in the gastric wall. There is herniation of parts of the spleen to the left hemithorax.