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Non enahnced CT images (scout, lung mediastinal windows) demonstrate the mirror-image anatomy of the viscera in situs inversus. The heart and great vessels are a mirror image of their normal anatomy. The left hemithorax contains a trilobed lung, whereas the right hemithorax contains a bilobed lung. The liver and gallbladder are on the left side, and the spleen and stomach are on the right side. Traction and cystic bronchiectatic changes are also important findings.