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Figure 20: Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance performed for the patient, a known case of visceral larva migrans, described in Figure 19 after 2 years postantihelminthic therapy. (a) The lesions (bold black arrow outlined with white) show decrease in the size as compared to Figure 19a, but are still well visualized. (b) The lesions are smaller (bold white arrow) as compared to those in Figure 19b. (c) The lesions are present after antihelminthic therapy in the posterior and inferior segments (bold black arrow) as compared to Figure 19c, but are smaller in size and distribution. (d) Lesions are significantly regressed (bold black arrow with white outline) as compared to Figure 19d

Figure 20: Contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance performed for the patient, a known case of visceral larva migrans, described in Figure 19 after 2 years postantihelminthic therapy. (a) The lesions (bold black arrow outlined with white) show decrease in the size as compared to Figure 19a, but are still well visualized. (b) The lesions are smaller (bold white arrow) as compared to those in Figure 19b. (c) The lesions are present after antihelminthic therapy in the posterior and inferior segments (bold black arrow) as compared to Figure 19c, but are smaller in size and distribution. (d) Lesions are significantly regressed (bold black arrow with white outline) as compared to Figure 19d