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Figure 3: Ultrasound (a), magnetic resonance imaging axial T2-weighted (b) and magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (c) images show heterogeneous soft tissue lesion with internal membranes (arrow), few calcifications and daughter cysts (arrow head) causing mild intrahepatic biliary radical prominence due to mass effect

Figure 3: Ultrasound (a), magnetic resonance imaging axial T2-weighted (b) and magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (c) images show heterogeneous soft tissue lesion with internal membranes (arrow), few calcifications and daughter cysts (arrow head) causing mild intrahepatic biliary radical prominence due to mass effect