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Other manifestations associated with the polysplenic group include bilateral bi-lobed lungs, a midline liver, variable stomach location, and hyparterial bronchi.
1) The syndrome is characterized by bilateral bilobed leftsided lungs and hyparterial bronchial pattern, intrahepatic IVC interruption with continuation of the azygos vein, a centrally located transverse liver, a stomach in an indeterminate position, and multiple spleens, all of which were present in our patient.