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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Case 1. (a and b) Upper GI series with barium contrast showing the herniation of both the esophagogastric junction and fundus. (c) After reduction of the stomach from the thorax, a large herniation sac is noted. (d) Suture cruroplasty and formation of the fundoplication

Figure 1: Case 1. (a and b) Upper GI series with barium contrast showing the herniation of both the esophagogastric junction and fundus. (c) After reduction of the stomach from the thorax, a large herniation sac is noted. (d) Suture cruroplasty and formation of the fundoplication