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Click 6-month old male with gastric teratoma. Axial intravenous contrast enhanced CT of the abdomen demonstrated a large mass with soft tissue, fat, fluid and calcium densities arising from the stomach with a large exogastric component and displacing liver and small bowel aside, without invasion to adjacent organs and poor enhancement of its components. (16-MDCT Siemens Sensation scanner, protocol: 80 kVp, 50 mAs, slice thickness 3 mm, pitch 1.25; iopromide 300 mg of iodine/ml, 2 ml/kg).