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Figure 1: Radial EUS imaging at the gastroesophageal junction. The diaphragmatic crus forms the sonological demarcation between the thorax and the abdominal cavity. The caudate lobe is located to the front and left of the inferior vena cava. The fissure for ligamentum venosum separates S1 from S2 and S4. The gastric fundus is seen as a large area of air-artifacts on the right side of the screen. 1: Ligamentum venosum; 2: Inferior vena cava; 3: Diaphragmatic crus; 4: Aorta; 5: Spine; 6: Gastric fundus

Figure 1: Radial EUS imaging at the gastroesophageal junction. The diaphragmatic crus forms the sonological demarcation between the thorax and the abdominal cavity. The caudate lobe is located to the front and left of the inferior vena cava. The fissure for <i>ligamentum venosum</i> separates S1 from S2 and S4. The gastric fundus is seen as a large area of air-artifacts on the right side of the screen. 1: <i>Ligamentum venosum</i>; 2: Inferior vena cava; 3: Diaphragmatic crus; 4: Aorta; 5: Spine; 6: Gastric fundus