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Figure 5: (a) Dynamic contrast-enhanced computed tomography performed in a 35-year-old lady for pain in abdomen and fever showed a pseudotumor appearance of the visceral larva migrans lesion in the left lobe of liver. Perfusion abnormality (*) with left portal vein thrombosis (arrow) and pseudotumor appearance of hepatic visceral larva migrans in a 35-year-old lady who underwent contrast-enhanced computed tomography triple phase of the liver (b) Biliary dilatation (arrow) of the left lobe radicals in the 35-year-old lady seen on contrast-enhanced computed tomography of liver with associated liver lesion in the left lobe

Figure 5: (a) Dynamic contrast-enhanced computed tomography performed in a 35-year-old lady for pain in abdomen and fever showed a pseudotumor appearance of the visceral larva migrans lesion in the left lobe of liver. Perfusion abnormality (*) with left portal vein thrombosis (arrow) and pseudotumor appearance of hepatic visceral larva migrans in a 35-year-old lady who underwent contrast-enhanced computed tomography triple phase of the liver (b) Biliary dilatation (arrow) of the left lobe radicals in the 35-year-old lady seen on contrast-enhanced computed tomography of liver with associated liver lesion in the left lobe