Chilaiditi sign syndrome

Chilaiditi sign syndrome
Chi·lai·di·ti sign, syndrome (ke-lah-theґte) [Demetrios Chilaiditi, Austrian-born Turkish radiologist, 1883–1975] see under sign and syndrome.

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