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Figure 1: Abdominal ultrasound: (a) Enlarged liver; disseminated anechogenic nodules implying punctiform bleeding are present; (b) slightly enlarged spleen; (c) gallbladder has edematous walls, an intraluminal anechogenic zone (liquid-blood) and pericholecystic fluid; (d) fluid in pleural cavity and abdominal cavity-pleural effusion and hemoperitoneum

Figure 1: Abdominal ultrasound: (a) Enlarged liver; disseminated anechogenic nodules implying punctiform bleeding are present; (b) slightly enlarged spleen; (c) gallbladder has edematous walls, an intraluminal anechogenic zone (liquid-blood) and pericholecystic fluid; (d) fluid in pleural cavity and abdominal cavity-pleural effusion and hemoperitoneum