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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Planar anterior, left lateral, and right lateral (a-c) static images of the abdomen reveal focus of increased tracer uptake in the anterior abdominal wall (solid arrows). Transaxial, sagittal, coronal computed tomography (d-f) and fused single-photon emission computed tomography (g-i) images localize the tracer accumulation to hypodense collection in the left paraumbilical region of the lower anterior abdominal wall (solid filled arrows) below the insertion of peritoneal catheter (flat line). Subcutaneous stranding (filled dotted arrows) was also noted below the level of collection

Figure 1: Planar anterior, left lateral, and right lateral (a-c) static images of the abdomen reveal focus of increased tracer uptake in the anterior abdominal wall (solid arrows). Transaxial, sagittal, coronal computed tomography (d-f) and fused single-photon emission computed tomography (g-i) images localize the tracer accumulation to hypodense collection in the left paraumbilical region of the lower anterior abdominal wall (solid filled arrows) below the insertion of peritoneal catheter (flat line). Subcutaneous stranding (filled dotted arrows) was also noted below the level of collection