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DJIBOUTI CITY, DJIBOUTI (July 20, 2011) - Surgeons study an x-ray image which shows a large lymphatic cyst growing on the neck and shoulder of a one-week-old infant. The girl was born with the cyst which posed serious health risks. U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Jason Hollensbe and Djiboutian surgeon Doctor Elias SaaÃd Dirie successfully removed the cyst and the girl's recovery has been swift. The doctors expect fully restored movement and a normal life for the girl. (U.S. Navy photo by Lieutenant Commander Jason Hollensbe)
DJIBOUTI CITY, DJIBOUTI (July 20, 2011) - Surgeons study an x-ray image which shows a large lymphatic cyst growing on the neck and shoulder of a one-week-old infant. The girl was born with the cyst which posed serious health risks. U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Jason Hollensbe and Djiboutian surgeon Doctor Elias SaaÃd Dirie successfully removed the cyst and the girl's recovery has been swift. The doctors expect fully restored movement and a normal life for the girl. (U.S. Navy photo by Lieutenant Commander Jason Hollensbe)
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