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Figure 19: A 39-year-old lady presented with hepatic visceral larva migrans and underwent a contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging pretherapy which was followed by a contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance for comparison after 2 years posttherapy. (a) Axial section of the liver in portal venous phase of contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging for upper abdomen reveals multiple conglomerated hypointense, ring enhancing lesions in the right lobe of liver, segments VI and VII (bold black arrow outlined with white). (b) Similar lesions in the coronal section of liver in the portal venous phase of contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging are seen in the right lobe of liver (bold white arrow). (c) Lesions (bold black arrow) in posterior segments of the right lobe liver appearing hypointense and conglomerating. (d) Lesions (bold black arrow with white outline) in posterior segments of the right lobe liver appearing hypointense and conglomerating

Figure 19: A 39-year-old lady presented with hepatic visceral larva migrans and underwent a contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging pretherapy which was followed by a contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance for comparison after 2 years posttherapy. (a) Axial section of the liver in portal venous phase of contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging for upper abdomen reveals multiple conglomerated hypointense, ring enhancing lesions in the right lobe of liver, segments VI and VII (bold black arrow outlined with white). (b) Similar lesions in the coronal section of liver in the portal venous phase of contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging are seen in the right lobe of liver (bold white arrow). (c) Lesions (bold black arrow) in posterior segments of the right lobe liver appearing hypointense and conglomerating. (d) Lesions (bold black arrow with white outline) in posterior segments of the right lobe liver appearing hypointense and conglomerating