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Figure 1: Photographs of organs during post mortem examination. (a) Multiple enlarged retrosternal lymph nodes (arrow). (b) Pale yellow fleshy masses on the diaphragm (arrow). (c) Fleshy deposit on rectus abdominis muscle (arrow). (d) Nodular pale yellow fleshy deposits on the mesentery. (e) Enlarged appendix with diffusely thickened wall and obliterated lumen (arrow). (f) Hepatomegaly with nodular surface deposits with central necrosis. (g) Enlarged gall bladder with diffusely thickened wall and pale.yellow appearance. (h) Bulky pancreatic head and homogenous pale-yellowish cut surface (arrow)

Figure 1: Photographs of organs during post mortem examination. (a) Multiple enlarged retrosternal lymph nodes (arrow). (b) Pale yellow fleshy masses on the diaphragm (arrow). (c) Fleshy deposit on rectus abdominis muscle (arrow). (d) Nodular pale yellow fleshy deposits on the mesentery. (e) Enlarged appendix with diffusely thickened wall and obliterated lumen (arrow). (f) Hepatomegaly with nodular surface deposits with central necrosis. (g) Enlarged gall bladder with diffusely thickened wall and pale.yellow appearance. (h) Bulky pancreatic head and homogenous pale-yellowish cut surface (arrow)