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Figure 1: (a) Abdominal radiography showing the contrast medium from gastrostomy passing through the small intestines. The balloon of the Foley tube was found in the antrum of the stomach (arrow). (b) Computed tomography showing the balloon of the Foley tube that advanced to second portion of the duodenum. Free air and fat stranding were noted around the tip of the Foley tube (arrow), leading to suspicion of duodenal perforation

Figure 1: (a) Abdominal radiography showing the contrast medium from gastrostomy passing through the small intestines. The balloon of the Foley tube was found in the antrum of the stomach (arrow). (b) Computed tomography showing the balloon of the Foley tube that advanced to second portion of the duodenum. Free air and fat stranding were noted around the tip of the Foley tube (arrow), leading to suspicion of duodenal perforation