Right-sided spleen with partial situs inversus of the abdominal viscera: visualization of the spleen by dynamic and static 99mTc-sulfur colloid imaging and 51Cr-labeled red blood cell sequestration imaging.

@article{Vyas1979RightsidedSW,
  title={Right-sided spleen with partial situs inversus of the abdominal viscera: visualization of the spleen by dynamic and static 99mTc-sulfur colloid imaging and 51Cr-labeled red blood cell sequestration imaging.},
  author={Komal Vyas and John E. Haines and C R Holzgang},
  journal={Clinical nuclear medicine},
  year={1979},
  volume={4 10},
  pages={425-6}
}
In a patient with right-sided stomach and malrotation of the small bowel and cecum visualized by gastrointestinal x-ray studies using barium, a right-sided spleen was demonstrated by 99mTc-sulfur colloid and 51Cr-labeled red blood cell imaging. The sulfur colloid study also demonstrated that the liver was in its usual right upper quadrant location.