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Figure 1: Axial (a–c), sagital (d) and coronal (e, f) CT images demonstrate absence of caecum and right hemicolon in the right side of abdomen. Normal position of superior mesenteric artery and vein (black arrows), so intestinal malrotation was excluded (a). Caecum and right hemicolon (star) located in the left upper quadrant adjacent to splenic flexure and descending colon (white closed arrows). CT images demonstrate 15 mm diameter tubular structure consistent with appendicitis located posteroinferior to the caecum, extending inferomedially to the umbilicus (white open arrows).