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Figure 2: (a) Hepatic visceral larva migrans presenting as a solitary focal lesion in the right lobe of liver showing intra-lesional honeycombing and septations with internal liquefied contents (white arrow) on the hepatic arterial phase (2ai), portal venous phase (2aii), and equilibrium phases (2aiii). (b) Hepatic visceral larva migrans presenting as a solitary focal lesion (white arrow) in the left lobe of liver with septations and hypoattenuating contents on the hepatic arterial phase (2bi), portal venous phase (2bii), and equilibrium phases (2biii)

Figure 2: (a) Hepatic visceral larva migrans presenting as a solitary focal lesion in the right lobe of liver showing intra-lesional honeycombing and septations with internal liquefied contents (white arrow) on the hepatic arterial phase (2ai), portal venous phase (2aii), and equilibrium phases (2aiii). (b) Hepatic visceral larva migrans presenting as a solitary focal lesion (white arrow) in the left lobe of liver with septations and hypoattenuating contents on the hepatic arterial phase (2bi), portal venous phase (2bii), and equilibrium phases (2biii)