- yellow arrow: nasogsatric tube (curled in upper oesophagus)
- red arrow: distended upper oseophagus.
These are features of oesophageal atresia.
- black arrows: opacification of the bronchial tree from the larynx down, secondary to contrast aspiration
Gas is demonstrated in the stomach and bowel loops across all the images. Given the proximal atresia, this suggests a fistula between the airways and distal oesophagus (tracheo-oesophageal fistula).