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Abdominal ultrasound images. Hydatids either attached to the omentum (A) or apparently free in the peritoneal cavity (B) with anechoic content and delimited by a hyperechoic rim. Particular of a large peritoneal hydatid with evident bilaminated structure of the wall appearing as a double echogenic line separated by a hypoechogenic space (C).
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