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Figure 1: The appearance of focal lesions of hepatic visceral larva migrans in the liver on different modalities. (a) Sonography in a patient with hepatic visceral larva migrans, shows ill-defined confluent appearing, liquefied hypoechoic (*) lesions in the liver. (b) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography examination shows conglomerating and discrete hypoattenuating, fluid density lesions in the right sub-capsular lobe of liver (black arrow). (c) Axial T2-weighted magnetic resonance sequence in a case of visceral larva migrans in the liver shows well defined oval-rounded hyperintense fluid intensity lesions appearing clustered together (white bold arrow)

Figure 1: The appearance of focal lesions of hepatic visceral larva migrans in the liver on different modalities. (a) Sonography in a patient with hepatic visceral larva migrans, shows ill-defined confluent appearing, liquefied hypoechoic (*) lesions in the liver. (b) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography examination shows conglomerating and discrete hypoattenuating, fluid density lesions in the right sub-capsular lobe of liver (black arrow). (c) Axial T2-weighted magnetic resonance sequence in a case of visceral larva migrans in the liver shows well defined oval-rounded hyperintense fluid intensity lesions appearing clustered together (white bold arrow)