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Figure 12: Dynamic triple phase contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan of a 35-year-old female patient with hepatic eosinophilic visceral larva migrans lesions in the liver. (a) Noncontrast computed tomography images of the axial section of the liver shows ill-defined mildly hypoattenuating lesions (arrow) in the right lobe of liver. (b) Arterial phase of the contrast-enhanced computed tomography, axial section of the liver shows ill-defined hypoattenuating conglomerating lesions (arrow) in the right lobe of liver. (c) The portal venous phase of contrast-enhanced computed tomography, axial section of the liver shows well defined hypoattenuating conglomerating lesions (arrow) in the right lobe of liver. (d) The equilibrium phase of the contrast-enhanced computed tomography, axial section of the liver shows hypoattenuating lesions (arrow) in the right lobe of liver

Figure 12: Dynamic triple phase contrast-enhanced computed tomography scan of a 35-year-old female patient with hepatic eosinophilic visceral larva migrans lesions in the liver. (a) Noncontrast computed tomography images of the axial section of the liver shows ill-defined mildly hypoattenuating lesions (arrow) in the right lobe of liver. (b) Arterial phase of the contrast-enhanced computed tomography, axial section of the liver shows ill-defined hypoattenuating conglomerating lesions (arrow) in the right lobe of liver. (c) The portal venous phase of contrast-enhanced computed tomography, axial section of the liver shows well defined hypoattenuating conglomerating lesions (arrow) in the right lobe of liver. (d) The equilibrium phase of the contrast-enhanced computed tomography, axial section of the liver shows hypoattenuating lesions (arrow) in the right lobe of liver