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Figure 1 (A-D): (A) USG: Cystic lesion (14 × 9 mm) at porta hepatis (arrow) separate from duodenum without identifiable gall bladder. There was no intrahepatic ductal dilatation. (B-D) MRI: Axial images reveal the cyst (arrow) posterior to the duodenum (asterisk) (B). On sagittal images, the cyst is coursing posterior to the midabdomen (C). On coronal images, hilar structures were replaced by hyperintense cord-like structure above the cyst (arrow) (D)

Figure 1 (A-D): (A) USG: Cystic lesion (14 × 9 mm) at porta hepatis (arrow) separate from duodenum without identifiable gall bladder. There was no intrahepatic ductal dilatation. (B-D) MRI: Axial images reveal the cyst (arrow) posterior to the duodenum (asterisk) (B). On sagittal images, the cyst is coursing posterior to the midabdomen (C). On coronal images, hilar structures were replaced by hyperintense cord-like structure above the cyst (arrow) (D)